Feedback - A tool for learning
WHAT STAFF NEED(S) WILL THE WORKSHOP MEET?
1) How can I ensure that my feedback is useful to enhance students’ learning?
2) Why waste time on writing good feedback? Students don't read it! Are there time-saving approaches I can use effectively?
3) How can I ensure that my feedback and grading of student work is appropriate for the academic level of the programme?
THROUGH THIS YOU WILL …
Explore the use and value of feedback and the variety of forms it may take. Develop effective, innovative feedback activities adaptable to own teaching context. Develop your understanding of marking appropriately for various HE Levels, & find strategies to engage students with the feedback they receive and build on it to improve their learning.
THIS WORKSHOP WILL DEVELOP SPECIFIC SKILLS ALIGNED WITH THE UKPSF:
MAIN AREA OF ACTIVITY: A3 - This workshop involves practice feedback design activities, underpinned by understanding of principles of design and implementation.
KEY CORE KNOWLEDGE: K1, K3, K6 - Participants develop their understanding of feedback design as applied to their subject area (K1), the use and interpretation of national & institutionalquality assurance measures (K6), all in relation to student learning (K3).
PROFESSIONAL VALUES: V2, V3. V4 - Student engagement (V2), and development and progress lie at the heart of the exploration of both assessment and feedback, and the importance of taking an evidence-based approach for your feedback practice (V3).
SUPPORTING HEA FELLOWSHIP: D2 and D3
WORKSHOP PROVIDED BY
Ale Armellini & Shirley Bennett
MODE OF DELIVERY AND LENGTH
1 online & 1 face-to-face workshops
WHO WOULD BENEFIT FROM THIS WORKSHOP?
All L&T staff (Programme & Module Leaders, lecturers, ALs)