Designing opportunities for the development of student feedback literacy (Workshop and networking)
This event has been cancelled.
Unfortunately, we have had to cancel this event for now, due to the current coronavirus pandemic and associated institutional travel restrictions. We hope to reschedule the event later in the year.
Guest Workshop Leader:
Assoc. Prof. Naomi Winstone, SFHEA NTF
Head of Department of Higher Education,
Director, Surrey Assessment and Learning Lab
University of Surrey, Guildford.
For students to get the most out of their feedback, they need to develop the skills that support effective use of feedback. Drawing upon the feedback ‘recipience skills’ proposed by Winstone et al. (2017), and the framework for student feedback literacy proposed by Carless and Boud (2018), this workshop will provide participants with the opportunity to explore ways of embedding the development of these skills and capacities within their work with students.
10:50-11:00am: Welcome and Introductions
11:00- 1:00pm: Workshop
1:00- 1:30pm: Lunch
1:30- 3:30pm: Networking and implementation planning
This event is funded through the St Andrews Learning and Teaching Initiative (SALTI) and hosted in association with the Centre for Higher Education Research (CHER).
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