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Expanding feedback design and delivery for better learning outcomes


The realities of online and hybrid education settings, renewed expectations on institutions to produce job-ready graduates, and students' own desire for instruction that better supports them in achieving learning outcomes, are all demanding more from feedback. 

As the guardians of pedagogy, educators must fly the flag for stronger, ongoing and student-centred feedback to enhance learning outcomes, but they can’t do it alone. 

How can we better scaffold the learner to inform next steps of learning, while supporting educators in their capacity to provide that feedback? Download our ebook to learn more.


What the ebook covers:

  • How to transform learning outcomes by rethinking feedback design and delivery
  • Growth of student-centred and just-in-time approaches to make feedback actionable 
  • How to apply dialogic feedback and evaluative feedback to enhance teaching practice
  • How to make students feel seen and heard, and facilitate meaningful conversations to impact student writing
  • Technology’s role in supporting more robust and timely feedback loops and helping identify patterns of learning


There is no question that providing feedback has a positive effect on student learning. In fact, even students readily admit that receiving specific, timely, relevant feedback makes them more likely to revise and helps them to think critically about how to improve and grow.

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