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Target Audience: Staff who are involved in learning and teaching within the university
Students tell us that feedback often comes too late for them to do anything useful or meaningful with it. Flipping feedback means giving students useful and meaningful feedback at a time that allows it to be used and put into action, thereby closing the feedback loop.
This session will focus on how the traditional retrospective focus on feedback can be flipped for assessments and assignments, and will also explore real-time and embedded feedback.
Case studies will be presented so that experiences can be shared and ongoing support networks established.
Through participating in this workshop participants will be able to,
Review university assessment and feedback policy as it relates to feedback;
Explore how flipping feedback might apply in their own disciplinary context;
Design assignments and assessments that provide students with flipped feedback that allows it to be useful and meaningful; and
Design teaching activities that support real-time and embedded feedback opportunities
UKPSF Dimensions: A1, A3, K2, K4, V1, V3
Delivered By: Katy Savage