Throughout your studies with CIPPET you will receive feedback on your progress, including your coursework. Feedback might be any of the following:
Feedback forms a key part of your learning, so you understand the areas where you are doing well and where you can improve. CIPPET will always focus on development feed-forward approaches, these are forms of feedback that will help you to develop your work to always strive to improve as a healthcare professional.
Whilst there will be specific comments on the pieces of work you upload, some of the common themes that are useful feedback for everyone to consider when putting together their portfolios include the below. Please note that the programme team will expect students to read this information so may not make comments on every point they identify in your work - it is for you to reflect on your work against the following.
The programme team will provide two main types of written feedback:
This is work submitted which does not contribute to your module mark. You can use this opportunity to identify where you can improve your work and reflect on how much more work you need to undertake to complete the coursework (or prepare for a final professional exam). This usually happens throughout a module. You can use this feedback to improve your potential module mark so is particularly powerful- the programme team will expect you to have reflected on the suggestions for your final submission.
This work is submitted as a final deadline and usually counts towards your overall module mark. This usually happens at the end of a module or set piece of work. You can use this feedback to improve your next pieces of work - the programme team will expect you to act on feedback from one piece of work to the next.
Feedback on your submission will always be a critique of your work, identifying the positive and negative aspects of your writing. You should be prepared for this, the programme team want to ensure you have the best opportunity to develop and progress. We recommend students read the feedback and where necessary reflect on it after a break to allow time to understand it and re-read the work with fresh eyes and reflection from a different perspective. The short video below may help you to approach reading your feedback.
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The following tips aim to help you get the most from verbal feedback:
The following tips aim to help you get the most from written feedback:
The below video will help you understand the wording used by the programme team and in the rubrics. It is designed for interpreting undergraduate marking criteria but he principles apply equally across undergraduate and taught postgraduate programmes.