By Anne Schreiber
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The changes to the timetable but I suppose this is just preparation for the disorganisation of the real world of work. (p. 49) Researching the HE Context 31 Yorke and Vaughan’s analytical commentary on student responses highlights aspects worth exploring in more depth. In relation to feedback, Yorke and Vaughan write: what staff consider to be feedback is not always appreciated as such by students (as ongoing work by Orr, Blair and Yorke is revealing). In Art and Design a lot of feedback is given in a relatively informal, conversational manner (especially in studios): where students have a conception of feedback as writing, conversation may not be recognised as feedback.
These clusters of practices are underpinned by access to knowledge resources and are subject to power differentials; they involve artefacts or tools which individuals manipulate and to which they give meaning. In turn, practices have discursive dimensions, and the identities of those engaging in the practices are shaped and reshaped on an ongoing basis. The temporality of practices and their historical configuration need to be taken into account, as does the unique nature Researching the HE Context 23 of contexts, and, consequently, solutions implemented should be sensitive to this.
In Art and Design a lot of feedback is given in a relatively informal, conversational manner (especially in studios): where students have a conception of feedback as writing, conversation may not be recognised as feedback. (p. 31) As regards some respondents’ perception that tutors do not provide sufficient contact time, Yorke and Vaughan reflect that ‘[the] respondent may not have differentiated between full-time and part-time staff, with the implications that their mode of employment has regarding tutor availability’ (p.
100 words kids need to read by 3 grade by Anne Schreiber