As we get closer to a well earned holiday break, we close our 2017 blog postings with our first CRADLE team video, and news of our latest publishing deal.
The influence of peers on self-assessment, asymmetry in peer review and cross-cultural understandings of feedback were just some of the topics discussed in a fascinating CRADLE double seminar presented by Dr Jessica To (University of Hong Kong) and Qiyun (Judy) Zhu (University of Hong Kong/Guangdong University of Foreign Studies).
Summer is here, and we are pleased to announce Vice-Chancellor’s teaching awards and another $100K grant success for CRADLE researchers.
Honorary Professor Gordon Joughin give us an interesting take on the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics, which has some insight for assessment researchers in terms of judgement and decision making behaviours of both students and teachers. In October the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the 2017 Nobel Prize in Economics (or, to give it its […]
Over the past year, CRADLE’s Director Prof. David Boud and Associate Director A/Prof. Phillip Dawson have been part of the project team for the Feedback for Learning project, in conjunction with Monash University and the University of Melbourne. Project lead and CRADLE collaborator A/Prof. Michael Henderson (Monash University) has recently published a piece in The […]
CRADLE looks forward to hosting a double seminar exploring peer review and self-assessment on Monday 4 December 2017. Dr Jessica To and Qiyun Zhu, both of the University of Hong Kong, will discuss Chinese students’ experiences of peer involvement across two studies: student engagement in asynchronous cross-cultural online peer review, and the role of peers […]
Are you interested in the current state of assessment feedback, and how to develop and support effective feedback designs? If so, the Feedback for Learning project has the webinar for you! Join CRADLE Associate Director A/Prof. Phillip Dawson and Monash University’s A/Prof. Michael Henderson online on Thursday 30 November as they explore the key challenges for […]
We’ve had a number of international visitors to the CRADLE office recently. Dr Edd Pitt, from the University of Kent’s Centre for the Study of Higher Education, arrived for a month’s stay in early October, while A/Prof. Christopher Charles Deneen, from Singapore’s National Institute of Education Nayang Technological University, visited us for a week in […]
You might’ve heard CRADLE people say something like “Feedback is only feedback if it leads to change.” That’s all well and good, but how can we actually ensure change happens? In this webinar recording, I share some findings and thinking from our Office for Learning and Teaching project Feedback for Learning: Closing the Assessment Loop about how […]
Feedback is such a popular topic for research, it’s not surprising that CRADLE had to run a double seminar with two international guest speakers – Dr Edd Pitt, from the Centre of the Study of Higher Education, University of Kent (UK), and Rachelle Esterhazy, PhD student from the Department of Education, University of Oslo (Norway). […]