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Regular self-reflection is extremely important if you wish to improve the quality of your feedback to students. This means regularly examining what has worked well and what has not and might therefore be in need of improvement. This process can be extremely challenging. By viewing the process in a positive way and by creating goals based on your evaluation, you will be able to focus on the most important tasks and improve the quality and timeliness of your feedback to students. It will also help you identify areas where you can save time or if necessary, issues that need further discussion with colleagues. Below you will find tools and questionnaires that are designed specifically to help you evaluate your own feedback.

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