Embedding Ongoing Feedback Approaches in Modules and Programmes – Guide for Staff

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This concise guide considers and details the importance of embedding ongoing feedback approaches, as well as presenting tips to help achieve this.

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The purpose of this guide is to provide guidance for embedding ongoing feedback practices into modules and programmes. It explains • what embedding ongoing feedback approaches in modules and programmes means, • why you might want to do this,
• how to go about embedding ongoing feedback approaches in your teaching.

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