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20201016T1455 20201016T1525 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh Collecting and Actioning Student Feedback: Ideas for your classroom

Huxam (2008) states "obtaining feedback from students is an essential requirement of reflective teaching, allowing teachers to refine their practice and to develop as professionals." Collecting and using feedback directly engages and encourages students to take control of their individual learning journeys. Furthermore, it allows teachers to better understand a learner's journey because they can understand the learning styles and needs of their students in more depth. Moreover, asking students for their feedback helps build better classroom rapport, thereby improving the learning environment. This presentation will show why it is vital to collect and use student feedback to inform teaching and better meet the needs of students. Participants will be exposed to a wide range of practical ideas to help with collecting and using student feedback. Participants will walk away from the presentation with practical knowledge & resources (both for online and face-to-face teaching) to use in their own teaching contexts to refine their teaching practice and enrich the student experience.

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Huxam (2008) states "obtaining feedback from students is an essential requirement of reflective teaching, allowing teachers to refine their practice and to develop as professionals." Collecting and using feedback directly engages and encourages students to take control of their individual learning journeys. Furthermore, it allows teachers to better understand a learner's journey because they can understand the learning styles and needs of their students in more depth. Moreover, asking students for their feedback helps build better classroom rapport, thereby improving the learning environment. This presentation will show why it is vital to collect and use student feedback to inform teaching and better meet the needs of students. Participants will be exposed to a wide range of practical ideas to help with collecting and using student feedback. Participants will walk away from the presentation with practical knowledge & resources (both for online and face-to-face teaching) to use in their own teaching contexts to refine their teaching practice and enrich the student experience.

Senior Educator and Professional Learning Specialist
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RMIT University Vietnam
Lecturer
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University of Foreign Language Studies - The University of Danang
Lecturer
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National academy of education management
Personal Assistant to Deputy Head of School
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Australian International School Phnom Penh
Regional English Language Officer
,
U.S. Department of State
Mr. Sam Baymanh
Head of English Program
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Northwest International Centre
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