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Our work is never done: using iterative feedback for the ongoing development of teaching outputs and methods - Conlan & Evans

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Our work is never done: using iterative feedback for the ongoing development of teaching outputs and methods - Conlan & Evans

  1. 1. @mlemanchester My Learning Essentials The University of Manchester Library Using iterative feedback for the ongoing development of teaching outputs and methods Rachel Conlan and Charlotte Evans
  2. 2. 2. 1. Where are we going? Example workshop activity Explore the benefits of peer observation Explore iterative feedback and workshop development Critique the peer observation process 3. 4.
  3. 3. Activity Before presenting While presenting After presenting What if they ask me that?! I’m not sure how to…. I am worried about….
  4. 4. Feedback
  5. 5. Why peer observe?
  6. 6. The process
  7. 7. Next steps
  8. 8. Any questions? @rachel_conlan rachel.conlan@manchester.ac.uk @CharChar_Evans charlotte.evans@manchester.ac.uk

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