Presentation by Emeritus Professor David Boud brought to you by HERDSA
The presentation/discussion will suggest that many of the common ways we define and use feedback in higher education do not lead to improvements in students’ learning, and are not likely to do so. It will consider the key features of feedback and explore alternative ways of thinking about and using it that are more likely to make a difference without increased expenditure of time by teachers.
Date : Tuesday, 12th November 2013
Start Time : 12.30.PM
Finish Time : 2.00PM (with afternoon tea 2.00-2.30pm)
Venue : Hetzel lecture Theatre H2-02, City East campus University of South Australia
RSVP Contact : Kat.Kenyon@unisa.edu.au