EMMA Feedback

During the graduation period and on all presentation moments (P1-P5) the feedback is given in relation to whether the student is on track in relation to the end criteria.

The feedback to the student on what aspects are missing on the specific assessment is divided in three types of tables:

  1. All tracks have a general table with detailed aspects for the design and research.
  2. All tracks have a general table with detailed aspects for the research paper.
  3. All tracks have a track-specific table with additional aspects for the design.

You have to pay extra attention to presence, development and profoundness of:

  • Coherence: internal consistency, integration, essence, concept
  • Significance: ethical, socio-cultural and/or scientific relevance, value, meaning
  • Elaboration: extensiveness, degree of detail of all aspects
  • Correctness: accuracy, efficacy, and evidence-based
  • Innovativeness: personal interpretation, creativity, new, unexpected, unique situation
  • Knowledge and know-how: effective study and use, processing of precedents and principles
  • Exploration: openness, discovering and investigation, analysis and testing
  • Reflection: careful consideration, evaluation, effects, comparing and positioning
  • Presentation: clarity, intelligibility, reflection and being engaged by it as a listener

You have to pay extra attention to the development of your research with respect to:

  • Coherence: internal consistency, integration, essence, concept
  • Problem statement and research question: formulation objective, context, main and sub-questions and theoretical scope problem
  • Research method: description and appropriateness of research method(s)
  • Results: outcomes research, order, formulation and processing all relevant data
  • Conclusion: direct answer on research question(s)
  • Discussion: reflection on research method, data and answer in a broader context, such as position in society or academic debate and possible relation with design
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