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My Feedback evaluation and ideas for better guidance

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This presentation explains how the open source Moodle My Feedback plugin works and proposes some ideas to better support students to become self regulated learners and help them to reflect on their feedbackm, based on an evaluation undertaken at University College London (UCL).

The plugin is available from: https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=report_myfeedback

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My Feedback evaluation and ideas for better guidance

  1. 1. Using My Feedback to view and compare assessment feedback April 2018 Jessica Gramp j.gramp@ucl.ac.uk @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback
  2. 2. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Background • Jisc Assessment Careers project at the IoE: • https://www.slideshare.net/CdeLondon/cde-distance-learning-materials- seminar-g-hughes (Dr Gwyneth Hughes and Tim Neumann) • ULCC Moodle Reports Plugin (shared code for the report with UCL). Primary differences: • The IoE report was only visible to staff. • The UCL version is visible to both students and staff.
  3. 3. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Moodle My Feedback Report Allows students and staff to easily view grades & feedback across Moodle courses. It is available from Moodle.org as an open source plugin: • https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=report_myfeedback
  4. 4. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Moodle My Feedback Report – worldwide usage is continuing to grow
  5. 5. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback My Feedback • December 2014 – first version released on Moodle.org. • September 2015 – piloted with ~750 UCL undergraduate students. • October 2016 – launched to all staff and students at UCL. • September 2017 – evaluation of how its being used at UCL (ongoing)
  6. 6. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Project Aims • Raise the visibility of feedback to students & staff. • Display feedback in a single view so students may compare and identify common areas for improvement. • Help personal tutors support their students to improve. • Increase staff adoption of Moodle to provide fast, quality and consistent assessment feedback.
  7. 7. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback What it does Shows feedback for: • Moodle Assignments (including offline and group assignments) • Turnitin Assignments (linked only) • Quizzes • Workshops (for peer assessments) • Manual grade items
  8. 8. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Benefits • Helps students find and compare their digital feedback in UCL Moodle. • *Personal tutors can help students act upon their feedback. They can’t access courses unless they are granted tutor rights on that course. • #Module Tutors can see their student’s feedback (for any courses they teach) and whether students have viewed it. *Personal Tutors see an overview, but need to be tutors on Moodle courses in order to see detailed feedback. #Tutors only see the assessments in the courses they teach on.
  9. 9. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Personal Tutors and their students • Personal tutors are assigned student tutees in Moodle from the Portico student records system. • Uses the Moodle parent role to map students to their Personal Tutors overnight. • Tutees then appear in the My tutees block on the Moodle ‘My home’ page. • If your tutees are missing, please make sure they are in Portico.
  10. 10. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback Viewing the report as a student and reflecting on feedback
  11. 11. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback 1 Assessment summary table functions – reset, export or print the table. 2 Academic year filter (current only). 3 Show/hide columns filter – show or hide the columns displayed in the table. 4 Column filters – filter each column for their respective values. MyFeedback report – Student overview
  12. 12. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback report – Student feedback comments 1-3: See previous slide… 4 General Feedback column – displays general feedback from tutors. Nb. Turnitin feedback needs to be manually pasted by students. 5 Self-reflective notes column – Students can add self-reflective notes to individual assignments visible to Personal Tutors & Dept Administrators. 6 Full feedback – Link to contextualised feedback – e.g. quiz question feedback, Assignment comments. 7 Viewed column – indicates the date the student first viewed their full feedback within the Moodle course.
  13. 13. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback Viewing personal tutees and students you teach or support
  14. 14. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback report – My students 1: Link to Personal tutor dashboard. 2 My students – lists all personal tutees by default. 3. Search lets you find students you teach by email address. Clicking a student name launches their MyFeedback report. * Uses the Moodle parent role to map students to their Personal Tutors. User role assignment from external database plugin can automate this.
  15. 15. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback report – Personal Tutor dashboard 1 Send mail button – send an email (bcc) to all selected students. 2 Personal tutees / module names – each student is listed, with their module of study below their name. Clicking the module breakdown link shows the information for each Moodle course the student is enrolled on. 3 Personal tutor functions – link to Portico, print or export the table (to csv). 4 Show/hide columns filter – show or hide the columns displayed in the table. *Personal tutors can’t access courses (and the actual assessment) unless they are granted tutor rights on that course.
  16. 16. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback report – viewing a student’s report 1 View own dashboard – stop viewing a particular student. 2 Table functions – reset, export (to csv) or print the table. 3 Academic year filter – previous years*. 4 Show/hide columns filter. 5 General Feedback column . 6 Self-reflective notes column – Students can add self-reflective notes which are visible to Personal Tutors and Departmental Administrators. 7 Full feedback – links to full feedback in Moodle/Turnitin. 8 Viewed column – the most recent date the student iewed the full feedback in the Moodle course. *Not recommended for production. 7
  17. 17. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback report – Module Tutor dashboard* 1 Assessment breakdown –shows data per assessment on the course. 2 Student breakdown – shows data per student on the course. 3 Overall grade – shows lowest, median, highest grade for assessment. 4 You can select which course/s to analyse. 5. Export overview of report to Excel. 6. In Assessment Breakdown view for each assessment you can see a further student breakdown of marks for that assessment. *Module Tutors can see the feedback for students in any courses they teach.
  18. 18. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback MyFeedback report – Departmental Admin view* 1 Course level filters. Choose the top Moodle category (faculty), second level category (Department) and then choose a module. 2 Stats per assessment toggle (default). Clicking ‘Student breakdown’ shows statistics for each student for that assessment. 3 Stats per student toggle. Clicking ‘Assessment breakdown’ shows statistics for each student’s assessments. 4 Module tutor stats toggle – shows Module tutors for the administrator’s department. 5 Overall grade chart showing lowest, median, highest grades. 6 Table summary functions. * Requires the legacy category enrolments plugin.
  19. 19. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback What students think of My Feedback Some initial observations from my evaluation of its use in UCL Engineering.
  20. 20. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Initial findings from my research • Students value being able to easily compare their feedback. • Those who reflect on their feedback prefer to use existing methods to record this, not the self-reflective notes feature in the report itself. • Mix of digital and hand-written methods for self-reflection. • Some students find the feedback and grades in the report help motivate them to improve.
  21. 21. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Benefits and barriers to using the report As identified by students in the study.
  22. 22. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Benefits to students • Understand what feedback is available. • See all feedback from across courses in one place. • Identify specific mistakes and problem areas. • Track progress. • Check if grades are recorded correctly. • Helps understand how to improve for future assessments. • Access feedback any time.
  23. 23. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Benefits to staff and UCL • Facilitate distribution of feedback to students. • Students feel better supported and that UCL cares. • Improve scores in student satisfaction surveys.
  24. 24. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Barriers to student use • Lack of electronic feedback provided to some students. • Many students don’t know about it, or don’t know where to access it from. • Not introduced during induction week. • Preference for existing self-regulation and reflection methods. • Lack of time. • Too much effort. • Long loading times. • Learning curve / poor usability.
  25. 25. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Making Feedback Visible My Feedback is only as good as the feedback available in Moodle.
  26. 26. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback How to make feedback visible in My Feedback • Enter grades into the grade box for Moodle Assignments & Turnitin. • Use Moodle Assignment rubrics / marking guides rather than PDFs. • Upload marked files (with comments/tracked changes) into Moodle Assignments. • Provide detailed general feedback within quiz questions. Avoid only using the correct/incorrect feedback areas so everyone sees the answer. • Provide overall quiz feedback for different bands of grades, pointing students to view the feedback for each question in their attempt(s). • Grant extensions to Moodle Assignments & Quizzes in Moodle, so students with extensions don’t see their work marked as late in the report. • When uploading manual grade items directly into the Moodle Gradebook use one grade per assessment (not one grade per criteria) to avoid confusion. Use an offline Moodle Assignment with marking guide for detailed feedback.
  27. 27. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Future plans Features that students and staff have requested.
  28. 28. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Students would like to see • Assessment weightings. • Formative / summative assessment filter. • Optimised interface for mobile viewing. • Additional help using the features. • Notification when feedback is given. • Reminders to read feedback if not read yet and re-read before next assessment. • Neutral colours used in grade indicator bars. Green is misleading.
  29. 29. @jgramp #moodlemyfeedback Prompting students to reflect …an idea to emerge from my evaluation of the report.
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