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ICT0329 - Current Best Practices in Instructional Feedback

  • Studies have shown that the effects of feedback on academic performance are highly variable (e.g., Hattie & Timperley, 2007). This presentation will discuss a series of studies that examined effects of differential feedback on students’ performance. These studies identify conditions under which feedback would be most conducive to improved performance and other important outcomes. Possible mechanisms through which feedback may affect student performance will also be addressed. Further, a model will be presented that attempts to explicate the process that underlies the efficacy (or lack thereof) of instructional feedback.

  • At the end of this workshop, participants will understand:

    • The mechanism through which feedback affects performance
    • Student and contextual characteristics that influence responses to feedback
    • Pros and cons of personalized and standardized feedback
    1. Studies on effects of differential feedback on students’ performance
    2. Conditions under which feedback would be most conducive to improved performance and other important outcomes
    3. Possible mechanisms through which feedback may affect student performance will also be addressed
    4. A model will be presented that attempts to explicate the process that underlies the efficacy (or lack thereof) of instructional feedback.
  • All teachers

  • Nil

  • Date : 23 February 2018
    Time : 2.00pm - 5.00pm (3 hours)
    Venue : National Institute of Education, NIE7-01-TR714

    Note: NIE reserves the right to change or cancel the course due to unforeseen circumstances.

    • MOE Participants - $33.10 (incl. 7% GST & $1 Copyright Fee).
    • Non MOE Participants - $214.75 (incl. 7% GST & $1 Copyright Fee)
  • 9 February 2018 

    Applicants will be notified of the results of their applications via e-mail.

  • E-Register here.

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  • Please read the instructions below carefully before completing the application form.

    Upon confirmation, payment is required for all courses. Payment should only be made after the course placement letter has been sent to participants to confirm the application. Cancellations/withdrawals are not allowed. However, a replacement may be sent to attend the same course.


    Payment through GIRO/IFAAS

    NIE will proceed to invoice the respective schools, and they can make payment through GIRO or IFAAS. The amount payable should be credited into the NIE bank account number 518-041272-001.

    Payment by Cheque

    Please submit the cheque together with the application form. Cheque should be made payable to “National Institute of Education” and participant(s)’ name and course(s) clearly indicated on the reverse of the cheque.

    Please mail to: Office of Graduate Studies
    and Professional Learning
    National Institute of Education
    1 Nanyang Walk, S(637616 )
    Attn: Ms Nadia Kamal

    Notification

    NIE will acknowledge receipt of the application form through email within one week. The course placement letter will be emailed to applicants who have been successfully placed in a course and upon course confirmation.

    Instructor

    Please note that NIE reserves the right to replace an instructor for a course if the lecturer is unable to teach the course due to unforeseen circumstances. No refund of the course fee will be made to participants.

  • Ms Nadia Kamal
    Tel: 6790 3787
    (for enquiries on course administration)