What types of feedback will I receive?

The feedback you receive can come in many forms. It is important to become familiar with different feedback methods so that you can make the most of them.

Your feedback might be given to you as part of a large class, or small group, or it might be individualised. It can be written on a piece of work or an accompanying feedback sheet, or perhaps is delivered electronically in an email, a discussion forum on Moodle or as part of a Moodle quiz. It might be delivered verbally in an audio file attached to a piece of work, or in person. Feedback can come from the person teaching you, or the person running the course or assessment, or from your peers, or from yourself as you reflect on your work with regard to criteria or an exemplar.

Key Points

  • Feedback can be given to you, or to a group you are a part of.
  • Feedback can be written or verbal, electronic or analogue.
  • Feedback can come from a lecturer, a peer or yourself.

Getting in contact

The student-facing staff in LEADS can help you to understand the feedback you have received and how you might apply it to your work in the future.

Have a look here to find the Learning Adviser for your College and to book a one-to-one appointment.