Moving Feedback Forward: Innovation and Opportunity
The focus of the May 2014 Learning and Teaching forum was Moving Feedback Forward: Innovation and Opportunity and explored the relationship between technology-enhanced assessment and feedback practices, well supported learning experiences and student development.
The effective provision of feedback is a challenge faced by all Higher Education institutions. When working effectively feedback can, raise student awareness of the strength of their work, provide guidance on enhancing their work and develop their ability to judge the quality of their work.
Through presentations and posters the May 2014 forum showcased examples of how different groups and individulas throughout UNSW have attempted to address these challenges.
UNSW academics shared their assessment and feedback practices.
Join the L&T Forum Communications Moodle site (self-enrolment key: Student_Forum) to access the presentation files and continue discussions on the stream presentations:
- Approaches to giving feedback
Dr Lyria Bennett Moses, Senior Lecturer and Thomas Molloy, Education Designer, Law
Helping students navigate uncertain terrain: enabling complex feedback
Dr Rudrajit Mitra, Senior Lecturer, School of Mining Engineering
Improving approaches to feedback in a final year project-based course
Making the most of peer review in assessment and feedback
Dr Daniel Schlagwein, Lecturer, School of Information Systems and Technology
Students as reviewers and lecturers as editors: using a peer review model for student assignments
Dr Sigi Jottkandt, Lecturer and Alicia Hiew, student, School of the Arts and Media
It's great…but too vague: refining ideas through peer feedback
Exploring the feedback loop through formative and summative assessment
Dr Fiona Naumann, Senior Lecturer, Gary Velan, Associate Professor and Dr Nalini Pather, Senior Lecturer, School of Medical Sciences
UNSW Medicine: Innovative approaches to feedback
Medical Education Group, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, Dr Chinthaka Balasooriya, Senior Lecturer
Feedback: a multi-faceted diamond
More detailed information about the presentations is available here.
Staff were invited to develop a visually appealing representation of their practices around feedback and assessment. The posters cover a spectrum of practices from the use of technology to improving efficiencies in providing feedback to the role of feedback in skill development.
Call for posters information here.
Templates and guidelines are available here for presenters to use as a resource to help in the development of future posters.
Feedback: What are students experiencing at UNSW?