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Uncovering beliefs and emotions, and how they impact the feedback partnership: Q&A with Dr Maxine Gillway
March 10 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Have you ever wondered how your beliefs and emotions impact your feedback practices?
Could or should feedback practices be standardised?
*Registration closes at 11:30am, 10th March.
In this conversational online session facilitated by BILT Associate (Jo Kukuczka), Dr Maxine Gillway from Centre for Academic Language and Development (CALD) will share findings from her doctoral research by answering your questions on teachers’ beliefs in action in feedback.
Pre-session activity or join us early.
To fully benefit from the session, you are invited to familiarise yourself with Maxine’s research prior to the session by:
- Alternatively, join the Zoom session 30 minutes early (at 12:30pm), where we will be playing the podcast prior to the live Q&A session starting at 1pm.
Using the session’s Padlet you are invited to post/like questions for Maxine. They will be answered on a first come first served basis.
- We anticipate the Q&A session to last approximately 45 minutes.
- The session is open to all academic staff and relevant to all involved in feedback practices.
- The session will be recorded, and the recording will be made available on the BILT website after the event.
Joining instructions will be sent out via email ahead of the event.