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Feedback on assessment: can a better student experience of feedback be achieved by working smarter rather than working harder?

John Hodgson, Nottingham Trent University

Vera Bermingham, Kingston University


Funded by the UK Centre for Legal Education

October 2004
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Appendix 1: Giving feedback to students on assessment 35



Acknowledgements
The authors are grateful to the UK Centre for Legal Education (UKCLE) and Nottingham Law School who provided the funding to carry out the research upon which this report is based. We also wish to thank Dr Karen Clegg, UKCLE Educational Developer, for her helpful comments and encouragement in producing the report and Fiona Tolmie, Director of Undergraduate Programmes at Kingston University, for her contribution to the project, particularly in relation to self evaluation and electronic feedback methods.
For further information contact:
John Hodgson

Nottingham Law School

Nottingham Trent University

Burton Street

Nottingham NG1 4BU

E-mail: john.hodgson@ntu.ac.uk


Vera Bermingham

Kingston Law School

Kingston University

Kingston Hill

Kingston upon Thames KT2 7LB

E-mail: V.Bermingham@kingston.ac.uk




Note
This report is part of a series of research reports produced by the UK Centre for Legal Education (UKCLE) – for further details see www.ukcle.ac.uk/about/publications.html.
Law teachers are welcome, and indeed encouraged, to photocopy or otherwise reproduce any part of this document for their own use, but UKCLE and the authors would ask you to acknowledge the source.
Further copies of this report may be downloaded from www.ukcle.ac.uk/research/hodgson.html.

UK Centre for Legal Education

University of Warwick

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Tel: 024 7652 3117

Fax: 024 7652 3290

E-mail: ukcle@warwick.ac.uk

Web: www.ukcle.ac.uk


UKCLE is the subject centre for law, part of the Higher Education Academy




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