One student said: “It’s a good idea to revisit old work so you don’t make the same mistakes and build on positive feedback.
Well-developed introduction engages the reader and creates interest.
Contains detailed background information and a clear explanation of the problem.
It also might alert staff to any problems students have about feedback at both an individual and group level.“If students feel like they don’t have enough feedback to reflect on in the first place, the forms might flag this issue and give an opportunity to address the problem,” says Dr Hughes.
“Some students may need reminding where the feedback is and how it might be useful to reflect upon.”In focus groups Dr Hughes ran, many students said they reviewing their feedback was useful.