College Education and Training Group Assessment Forum on Feedback

The College of Health & Agricultural Sciences Education Group would like to invite you to attend a College Forum addressing the subject of Feedback. The Forum will take place on Tuesday 24th October (1.30pm-4pm) in C007, Health Sciences Building.

Associate Professor Sandra Kemp, Director for Teaching and Learning at Curtin University Medical School will deliver the keynote presentation entitled; “Making Feedback Work: Evidence, Perspectives and Practice”.

Five examples of feedback practice across the College will also be presented as per the agenda below. The event will provide an opportunity for discussion and sharing of experiences and ideas on an important and often challenging aspect of teaching and learning process.

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1.30-1.35 Introduction

1.35- 2.35 Key Note Talk by Sandra Kemp “Making Feedback Work: Evidence, Perspectives and Practice”.

2.35-3.00 Break

Effective Assessment examples from across the College:

3.00-3.10 Gabrielle O’Kelly and Aoife MacCormack "Feed-back and Feed-forward: Experiences of using a Rubric in Blackboard"

3.10-3.20 Niamh O'Donoghue "The use of e-Feedback to improve competency in procedural skills during the pre-clinical years - does this lead to improved clinical performance?"

3.20- 3.30 Thomas Cummins "Delete to complete, an efficient individual verbose feedback form"

3.30-3.40 Sinead Mc Mahon "Structured Feedback Mechanisms in Clinical Practice Settings"

3.40-3.50 Shane Foley "Using e-Portfolios to provide multi-directional feedback in clinical modules"

3.50-4.00 Discussion