HOLD THE DATE! JULY 3RD, 2019
Festival of Learning and Teaching 2019
What is the point of feedback?
This years conference will look at what we understand by the term feedback and what students expect. Its not just about telling students what they have done wrong, its about listening to them, about what we can do better and also listening to colleagues and learning from them. This conference will explore feedback (and feedforward) in all its guises. Its central to the students’ learning experiences but also essential for our own professional development.
The call for submissions is now live with a closing date of March 16th, 2019.
Submissions may be for either a paper presentation (20 mins), a round table discussion (40 mins), a workshop (40 mins) or a poster.
We welcome applications from ALL staff both at UWL and our partner institutions. We particularly want to encourage contributions which include students in their delivery. Submissions should address one or more of the following sub-themes:
Student perceptions of feedback
Developing academic practice through mentoring and coaching
Using technology for feedback
Feedback vs Feedforward
Student voices – the role of feedback in enhancing student learning
Inclusivity in relation to feedback and its practice
The role of feedback in developing research and researchers
Abstracts of up to 300 words should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org on the Proposal Submission Form 2019. Please entitle your email Festival of Learning 2019 submission.
Authors of successful submissions will be informed by April 12th and a finalised programme will be available on May 16th.
We welcome applications from ALL staff both at UWL and our partner institutions. We particularly want to encourage contributions which include students in their delivery.
Lets make this year even more successful than last year and demonstrate the quality of what we do at UWL.