Evaluating alignment of student and tutor perspectives on feedback on language learning assignments

@article{FernndezToro2018EvaluatingAO,
  title={Evaluating alignment of student and tutor perspectives on feedback on language learning assignments},
  author={Mar{\'i}a Fern{\'a}ndez-Toro and Concha Furnborough},
  journal={Distance Education},
  year={2018},
  volume={39},
  pages={548 - 567}
}
ABSTRACT Feedback alignment is key to the effectiveness of formative feedback, but often tutors can only guess whether their feedback is consistent with students’ needs and expectations. This study aimed to identify areas of potential misalignment by bringing together self-reported data and feedback analysis. Two parallel surveys were conducted with 736 students and 96 tutors from a distance learning undergraduate programme in Language Studies to compare their self-reported attitudes and… 
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