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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 present the latest insights on feedback in Higher Education (HE) and take us through the developments in research since his keynote presentation in 2019.

Dutch HE-professionals and researchers will present their work and dilemma’s to David Boud in feedback sessions. One session will be about designing feedback processes and the other about curriculum design and teacher professional development.

(From October 31st)

Programme at a glance

10:00 – 11:30 | Feedback session 1, Designing feedback processes

12:00 – 13:00 | Lunch

13:00 – 14:30 | Keynote David Boud, Feedback must have an impact revisited

15:00 – 16:30 | Feedback session 2, Curriculum design and teacher professional development

Important information

All subsession will be in English.

Participation is free (including lunch).

You can attend the whole event or choose sessions.

The number of places for participants is limited: first come, first served.
To prevent no-shows, we charge 40 euros expense reimbursement in case you did not unsubscribe before January 10, 12:00 noon.

Location: Inholland Rotterdam, Posthumalaan 90, 3072AG, Rotterdam

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.

Feedback session 1 | 10:00 – 11:30

Feedback through comparing: incorporating all feedback strategies

Stephanie Kruiper

Possible assessment form Luk Client advice, phase 1

Diane van Ruyven, Helenne van Adrichem, Leon van der Ster

Encouraging a feedback dialogue

Sylvia Schouwenaars-Hilt & Tamara de Vos

De feedbackpeer - een spel voor peerfeedback

Wendy Wiegers & Nena Suppers (student)

FeeDialogue: Processing received feedback in dialogue with others

Céline Lecluse & Noëlle Khalil

Feedback session 2 | 15:00 – 16:30

How can the use of e-portfolios (in programmatic assessment) stimulate students' self-regulation skills

Suzan van Ierland & Niels Bohnen

Towards a new balance in assessment: Shifting from formative and summative to a continuum of stakes

Bas Agricola, Marlies de Vos, Liesbeth Baartman & Tamara van Schilt-Mol

Teacher program Formative Action and Feedback

Peter Schouten & Laura Lobert

From teacher feedback literacy framework to integrated model

Henderijn Heldens, Anne Potters, Job Lafeber, Martje Kohlen, & Martijn Leenknecht

(From October 31st)

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