La participación del alumnado en el uso de feedback formativo para la mejora de su aprendizaje

  1. Francisco Jiménez Jiménez
  2. Juan José Sosa Alonso
  3. Pablo Joel Santana Bonilla
  4. Víctor Manuel Hernández Rivero
De la innovación imaginada a los procesos de cambio
  1. Ana Vega Navarro (coord.)
  2. David Stendardi (coord.)

Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones ; Universidad de La Laguna

ISBN: 978-84-15939-62-7

Year of publication: 2018

Pages: 19-44

Type: Book chapter


The function of the assessment is to guide the learning of the students and to offer the teacher keys to reorient their teaching while it takes place. The orientation of learning is based on the quality of the feedback received and on the use made of it. However, the formative feedback is not usually the object of planning, and the follow-up of the use made by the students for the self-regulation of learning is ignored. This paper gathers an innovative experience in 7 subjects of 3 degrees, involving 242 students and 6 teachers. Its objectives are to explore alternatives for prior planning and monitoring of feedback; apply procedures to offer feedback that involves students in the self-regulation of learning; and know the perceptions that students have about the quality of feedback received. For the evaluation of the experience, an instrument for planning and monitoring the feedback (daily) was used, and a questionnaire aimed at understanding the students’ perception of the feedback received. Teacher diaries have allowed the planning of the feedback and its comparison with the one provided. The students pointed out that both the faculty and the students themselves have participated in the broadcast of feedback, which has received feedback after the delivery of the first draft and after the delivery of the work, which had to do primarily with the contents of the task, and allowed them to identify aspects to improve the task and infer keys to apply in future tasks.