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Description
TitleEducation Insights- Engaging Students with Feedback
CategoryEducation
OverviewFeedback is one of the priority areas for the improvement of student experience at Essex. This session will look at the characteristics of effective feedback and how we encourage students to make full use of feedback to enhance their learning and achievement. The session would address issues related to poor students’ feedback experience, effectiveness of feedback, student expectations from feedback, approaches to giving feedback and encouraging students to make use of feedback. The session will also provide you with the pedagogic basis to support your CADENZA application/ PG CHEP portfolio to become a HEA Fellow mainly under D1/ D2/ D3 descriptors. It maps to the following UKPSF Areas of Activities: A3/ A5. Learning outcomes By the end of the session, participants will have: 1. Understanding of how feedback can support learning; 2. Understanding of features of effective feedback; 3. Have the opportunity to discuss ways to motivate students to engage with feedback; 4. Have the opportunity to share your experience and practice on how to improve the delivery of feedback to students. Who should attend? Mixed audience of academic staff who are relatively new to giving feedback to students in HE and those who are more experienced but wish to develop their lecturing skills. Graduate Teaching Assistants who assess and give feedback to students are also advised to attend. Please note this session will be delivered via Zoom
Learning outcomes
    Schedule
    Book Event 1
    PresenterSamer Gharib
    Location
    Campus
    Date and time10:00 to 11:15 Wednesday 11 May 2022
    Duration01:15
    Available places38
    Booking instructions
    University of Essex employeeUse the link provided above to book your place via HR Organiser.
    Partner institutionPlease discuss with your point of contact at your Partner Institution in the first instance.
    Student Union contractors; PhD studentsPlease contact the Organisational Development team.