Tuesday 21 March 2017, 12.30pm to 2.00pm Speakers: Rachel Lavelle and Helen Bedford, midwifery lecturers in the Department of Health Sciences Location: Room LMB/036X lecture room, Law Management Building, Heslington east campus Workshop Summary This workshop will explore the value and challenges of facilitating feedback on communication skills performance from a range of sources (e.g. … Continue reading Exploring 360° feedback to develop undergraduates’ communication skills
Monday 2 November 2015, room HG21, Heslington Hall, 12.30-2.00pm The next Forum workshop will be run by Cathy Dantec and Bill Soden and will explore the theme of 'Rethinking feedback in light of the York pedagogy'. Cathy and Bill would like participants to consider the following questions before the workshop: What do you include under … Continue reading Rethinking feedback in light of the York pedagogy
The 2015 Learning and Teaching conference was held on 10 June 2015, with almost 150 delegates, from across the university and externally present. This is the University’s annual event to celebrate, showcase and disseminate the wealth of good practice in learning and teaching across the University. This year, the main conference theme was based around addressing inclusivity, … Continue reading Annual Learning and Teaching Conference: One size does not fit all: ensuring all students reach their potential
Cathy Dantec and Bill Soden - Language and Linguistic Science and Education Abstract | Presentation: Session H Report The workshop provided us with two perspectives on how the practice of providing formative feedback has developed and its links and implications for summative assessment. Both Bill and Cathy described how they had used screencasts to provide formative feedback to students. … Continue reading L&T Session H – Personalising feedback: Can we bridge the formative-summative gap?
The 2014 conference, attended by over 160 delegates, was on the theme of ‘Thinking outside the module box’. The VC, Professor Koen Lamberts, opened the day, taking questions on the vision for learning and teaching at York. The keynote address was given by Dr Mitch Waterman from the University of Leeds exploring assessment and how … Continue reading Learning and Teaching Conference 2014