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Exciting job opportunity on an ARC-funded feedback literacy project

Don't miss this exciting opportunity to join us at CRADLE! We have a role for an Associate Research Fellow to work on the Australian Research Council Discovery Project “Feedback literacy for effective learning at university and beyond”. Read our post to find out more!

CRADLE Seminar Series #6 – Undergraduates’ perceptions of feedback literacy

Join us online or in person for our sixth seminar for 2023 on Wednesday 31 May at 2pm. Dr Ying Zhan of The Education University of Hong Kong presents her empirical study that explored what and how students conceive of student feedback literacy.

Investigating productive feedback practices to facilitate student engagement and learning – CRADLE Seminar Series #5 2023

Join us on Wednesday 10 May for our 5th seminar of 2023. CRADLE PhD graduate Dr Bianka Malecka and cotutelle with CRADLE and the University of Copenhagen graduate Dr Lasse X Jensen will present their research on feedback and its impact on learning using learner-centred approaches and feedback encounters.

New directions in feedback seeking research and practice – CRADLE Seminar Series #4: Review by Bianka Malecka

In this post Bianka Malecka, a CRADLE PhD student researching the field of feedback herself, reviews our latest seminar by Professor David Carless, University of Hong Kong. Bianka highlights some of the more poignant outcomes related to solicited feedback, motivators and barriers.

Developing feedback literacy: case studies from multiple disciplines – CRADLE Seminar Series #3: Review by Juan Fischer Rodriguez

In this post, Juan Fischer Rodriguez, CRADLE PhD Student, reviews our latest seminar and highlights the research outcomes of CRADLE’s Development Partners scheme.

CRADLE Seminar Series #4: New directions for feedback seeking research and practice – 3 May 2022 – Join Us!

Join us to hear 'New directions for feedback seeking research and practice' from Professor David Carless, University of Hong Kong. In this presentation David, an Honorary Professor with CRADLE, will discuss the concept of feedback seeking and its impact on teaching, learning and motivation.

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