Project Details

Studying Formative Feedback Strategies to Enhance Student Learning Outcomes

Formative feedback is generated by teachers as strategies to engage learners to constantly reflect on how they can approach, orient, and evaluate learning, which leads to successful learning outcomes. This project adopts a quasi-experiment to evaluate the effectiveness of formative feedback strategies on students’ academic and psychological outcomes. A sample of students will be invited to join the experimental group (with specific formative feedback strategies) or control group (without specific formative feedback strategies). The psychological outcomes and academic outcome will be assessed to inform the effectiveness of the strategies, by a questionnaire and content analysis of students’ course work.

Commencement Date : 2013/12
Completion Date : 2014/11
Chief Investigator(s) : Dr LAM, Bick Har 林碧霞 [C&I]
Co-Investigator(s) : Dr CHENG, Wing Yi Rebecca 鄭穎怡 [PS]
Dr YANG, Min 楊敏 [C&I]
Keyword(s) : social learning   education psychology   formative feedback  

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