This guidance, written by Ged Gast, NSEAD past-president, provides extensive good practice examples on adding feedback in sketchbooks. The paper considers how to establish an ethic of excellence, provide verbal feedback. Gast also considers the frequency of marking, grades and marks; 'Deep Marking'; strategies to reduce marking; the importance and pitfalls of peer marking. Examples of feedback sheets are also shared.
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