Answered By: Hayley Hughes Last Updated: Sep 07, 2015 Views: 124
The feedback you receive from your faculty member can be used in many different ways. The goal of providing feedback is to highlight strong points or strength of your work as well as identify areas where students might want to improve upon. Both are essential as these tips will help you to see where you can challenge yourself by either continuing to build on the noted strengths or to focus your efforts for improvements. Either way, this is up to you as the individual student. The feedback is available to all students, but the student must be willing to take on the suggestions. If you don't understand a piece of feedback you receive from your faculty member, you should ask for clarification so you can use the feedback to improve in future assignments and modules.
See this short video for more information on feedback and grading.