April 1st, 2011
Venue: BG10/11 Buckley Building, Headington Campus, Gipsy Lane Site, Oxford Brookes University
Through a variety of formats including multimedia resources, vignettes and small group discussions, we will share the experiences of a face-to-face feedback initiative implemented in Oxford Brookes Business School, and also encourage a critical discussion of dialogic feedback practices.
This seminar will be particularly useful for institutional policy makers and those responsible for the practical implementation of feedback policies in Higher Education, such as: module leaders, course managers, programme directors and heads of student experience.
The objectives of the seminar are to:
- promote a conceptual understanding of the value of dialogic feedback;
- discuss strategies which deliver dialogic feedback; and
- debate the potential for integrating dialogic feedback methods into programme level assessment strategies within different disciplinary contexts.
Having taken part in the seminar participants should be better able to examine the role of feedback in the context of their own discipline and institution, and develop plans and strategies to use dialogic feedback at module and programme level.
To book, please email Nicola Ranjit at email@example.com
If you have any accessibility requirements, please request at the time of booking.
This event is part of the HEA Feedback and Assessment Seminar Series.