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Four years ago, prof. dr. David Boud (Deakin University) gave his inspiring keynote talk “Feedback must have an impact” at Festival Leren van toetsen. In honour of our 10-year anniversary, David Boud will return to The Netherlands! He will take us through the developments in research since his keynote presentation in 2019 and present the latest insights on feedback.

  Feedback must have an impact – Revisited

With prof. dr. David Boud (Deakin University)

Thursday January 16th, 2024
Inholland Rotterdam – Posthumalaan 90, 3072 AG Rotterdam

Participation (including lunch) is free

Exact times to be announced. Registration for this meeting starts in mid-October

Open call: Present your innovation or research and get feedback

Have you designed an innovative feedback process? Are you conducting, or planning to conduct, research on feedback and learning? Or did you design a tool to promote students’ feedback uptake? We offer you the opportunity to pitch your innovation or research in a 10 minutes presentation and get feedback from David Boud and the audience!

Submit your innovation or research before October 5th by filling out the application form completely. We will select the pitches based on innovative character and generalizability of the idea.

Application is open to all educational professionals (e.g., teachers, advisors, researchers) from all sectors. Projects in progress or preparation as well as finished projects can be submitted.

About prof. dr. David Boud

David Boud is Foundation Director of the Centre for Research in Assessment and Digital Learning at Deakin University, Melbourne, and Emeritus Professor at the University of Technology Sydney. He has previously held positions of Head of School, Associate Dean and Dean of the University Graduate School at UTS. He has published extensively on teaching, learning and assessment in higher and professional education. His current work focuses on the areas of assessment for learning in higher education, academic formation and workplace learning. He is one of the most cited authors in the world in the field of higher education (h-index 106). He has been a pioneer in developing learning-centred approaches to assessment across the disciplines, particularly in building assessment skills for long-term learning and designing new approaches to feedback.

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