- This event has passed.
Discussing feedback for learning: Reading Circle with a Twist
March 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
*Event registration closes at 12pm 22/03/22
To maximise the effectiveness of the session, the discussion will follow the academic reading circle format (Seburn, 2015), where participants will be invited to look at the text from different critical perspectives, and then discuss the text with those perspectives in mind. For example, you might be asked to contextualise the text by investigating the background of the authors and topic, or you might be tasked with connecting the text to other texts/concepts around sustainable feedback.
Please note that you do not need to be familiar with the academic reading circle format to participate in this session as all will be explained on the day 😊.
Read or skim-read Boud & Molloy, 2013 (available from the University’s library) prior to the session.
- Welcome & instructions
- Role allocation and discussion preparation
- Reflection & feedback
– This session has been created in response to the recent NSS and in support of the Baseline Principles developed by the University,
– The session is open to everyone who is interested in critically reading and discussing the text by Boud & Molloy (2013) with colleagues across Faculties,
– Due to the interactive nature of this session, the discussion will NOT be recorded.
Joining instruction will be sent out via email ahead of the event.
Looking forward to seeing you there,Jo Kukuczka (SFHEA)CALDBILT Associate
Boud, D. and Molloy, E. (2013). Rethinking models of feedback for learning: the challenge of design. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. 38(6), 698-712.
Seburn, T. (2015). Academic Reading Circles. The Round.