About this workshop

Feedback has always been considered a vital part of learning through assessment. Educators work to provide students with timely and constructive feedback so students can use this information to improve their performance in future tasks. However, experience shows us that students generally do not use feedback for improvement, and in some instances, use it as a basis to argue for higher marks. Current research indicates it is time to review our feedback practices for more sustainable outcomes.

This session will explore new ways of thinking about feedback and ways we can facilitate active student involvement, including practice examples.


Who should attend?

  • Course coordinators
  • Lecturers
  • Tutors
  • Academic staff
  • Teaching support staff
  • Students

Benefits of attending

  • Reflect on current feedback processes and opportunities.
  • Identify potential new purposes for feedback in assessment.
  • Develop opportunities for active student participation in feedback processes.

About Teaching and Learning Week (T&L) 2021

1–5 November 2021. Celebrate inclusive teaching and learning practices designed to enhance student learning and facilitate a sense of belonging at UQ.

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Learning Innovation Building (17), St Lucia campus
202/202a + online (via Zoom)