Instant Student Feedback Opportunities

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Student voice is vital in many areas of HE practice including developing new
programs, tailoring services and marking modifications to existing modules, not to mention the process of reflective practice for outstanding teaching. In addition to this, institutional teaching rating of the Teaching Excellence Framework rely in part on student feedback to support their judgment (Arthur, 2020; OfS, 2023).

Institutional methods of obtaining student feedback have proven limitations of return in both quantity and quality of feedback (Douglas, 2006; Winstone, 2022).
Arguments have also been put forth that lack of responsiveness to feedback as well as inflexible methods of gathering feedback that are not student, institution or situationally responsive may be less effective (Kember et al., 2002).

A QR code-based mechanism of instant feedback trailed in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Wellbeing program has demonstrated a threefold increase in quantity of feedback, and the speed at which the feedback loop has been closed has promoted increased engagement with the process.

This presentation will detailed the mechanism used as well as the outcome against the backdrop of institutional practice.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 14 Jun 2023
Event2023 SOLSTICE - CLT Conference - Edge Hill University , Ormskirk, United Kingdom
Duration: 14 Jun 202315 Jun 2023


Conference2023 SOLSTICE - CLT Conference
Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom


  • Wellbeing


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