Designing for technology-enabled dialogic feedback

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Abstract

In an age of increasingly massified and computer-mediated higher education, there are fewer opportunities for personal and individualised rich communication between students and educators. The development of evaluative judgement is supported by feedback processes but, for many students, particularly in large undergraduate courses, this occurs only in relation to assessment. Even then, comments are often ineffective and rarely support reflective and dialogic processes. Within this context, we propose a design for dialogical feedback processes surrounding assessment, enabled by multimodal (such as video, audio and screencasting) and social media (such as forums), with the goal of strengthening students’ evaluative judgement.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDeveloping Evaluative Judgement in Higher Education
Subtitle of host publicationAssessment for Knowing and Producing Quality Work
EditorsDavid Boud, Rola Ajjawi, Phillip Dawson, Joanna Tai
Place of PublicationAbingdon UK
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter12
Pages117-126
Number of pages10
ISBN (Electronic)9781315109251
ISBN (Print)9781138089341, 9781138089358
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Henderson, M., Phillips, M., & Ryan, T. (2018). Designing for technology-enabled dialogic feedback. In D. Boud, R. Ajjawi, P. Dawson, & J. Tai (Eds.), Developing Evaluative Judgement in Higher Education: Assessment for Knowing and Producing Quality Work (pp. 117-126). Abingdon UK: Routledge.
Henderson, Michael ; Phillips, Michael ; Ryan, Tracii. / Designing for technology-enabled dialogic feedback. Developing Evaluative Judgement in Higher Education: Assessment for Knowing and Producing Quality Work. editor / David Boud ; Rola Ajjawi ; Phillip Dawson ; Joanna Tai. Abingdon UK : Routledge, 2018. pp. 117-126
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Henderson, M, Phillips, M & Ryan, T 2018, Designing for technology-enabled dialogic feedback. in D Boud, R Ajjawi, P Dawson & J Tai (eds), Developing Evaluative Judgement in Higher Education: Assessment for Knowing and Producing Quality Work. Routledge, Abingdon UK, pp. 117-126.

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Developing Evaluative Judgement in Higher Education: Assessment for Knowing and Producing Quality Work. ed. / David Boud; Rola Ajjawi; Phillip Dawson; Joanna Tai. Abingdon UK : Routledge, 2018. p. 117-126.

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Henderson M, Phillips M, Ryan T. Designing for technology-enabled dialogic feedback. In Boud D, Ajjawi R, Dawson P, Tai J, editors, Developing Evaluative Judgement in Higher Education: Assessment for Knowing and Producing Quality Work. Abingdon UK: Routledge. 2018. p. 117-126