A Personal Account on Developing Evaluative Judgement and a Reflection on Why it Can Be Used to Challenge the Deficit Model

  • James Bartoli-Edwards University of Sussex


This paper offers a student perspective on the self-efficacy that is associated with the development of evaluative judgement, observed through the course of a foundation year programme. This reflective account focuses in particular on the way feedback was received at different points in the programme, and how guided thinking has had a significant positive impact on the learning process.


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Author Biography

James Bartoli-Edwards, University of Sussex

James is a second year undergraduate studying for a BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Sussex where he also completed the Arts and Humanities Foundation Year. Email: Jab59@sussex.ac.uk.