Conference programme summary & abstracts

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Round Table Presentations Session Chair: Dr. Rita Headington

Meeting Room 11

Dialogue and Dynamics: A time efficient high impact model to integrate new ideas with current practice Lindsey Thompson, University of Reading, UK From peer feedback to peer assessment Josje Weusten, Maastricht University, Netherlands Large student cohorts: the feedback challenge Jane Collings, University of Plymouth; Rebecca Turner, University of Plymouth, UK Dynamic feedback –a response to a changing teaching environment Martin Barker, University of Aberdeen, UK A comparison of response to feedback given to undergraduates in two collaborative formative assessments: wiki and oral presentations. Iain MacDonald, University of Cumbria, UK 15.00



Choice of Parallel Sessions


Evaluation or Research Presentations Session Chair: Professor Pete Boyd

Piccadilly Suite

Feedback, Social Justice, Dialogue and Continuous Assessment: how they can reinforce one another Jan McArthur, Lancaster University, UK Assessing, through narratives, the feedback needs of black women academics in higher education Jean Farmer, Stellenbosch University, South Africa Building a national resource for feedback improvement David Boud, Deakin University/University of Technology Sydney, Australia


Evaluation or Research Presentations Session Chair: Dr. Nicola Reimann

Meeting Room 3

‘Who Am I?’ Exploration of the healthcare learner ‘self’ within feedback situations using an interpretive phenomenological approach Sara Eastburn, University of Huddersfield, UK Trainee teachers’ experiences of classroom feedback practices and their motivation to learn Zhengdong Gan, University of Macau; Zhengdong Gan, University of Macau, China Chair: Dr. Nicola Reimann Proposing a model for the incremental development of peer assessment and feedback skills: a case study Laura Costelloe, Dublin City University; Arlene Egan, Dublin City University, Republic of Ireland