Workshop culturally appropriate and effective feedback

27 November 2020
09:00 - 17:00
University of Twente
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen
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Workshop: Culturally appropriate and effective feedback

-Enhance your skills in giving effective feedback in the international classroom in this 1-day workshop-

During this workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback means in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on formative feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education.  Diverse methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of giving feedback and become more effective in the learning process.

Practical details:
Date:              27 November 2020
Time:              9:00-17:00h
Location:        University of Twente
Costs:             free of charge for anyone working at 4TU
Registration*:  through the 4TU.CEE website
Trainer:           Marijke van Oppen, Intercultural Trainer 4TU.CEE
Information:   More information on the programme will be provided at a later
                     stage

**We kindly ask you to make sure that you are going to be able to attend the workshop before registering.A minimum of 6 participants is required for the workshop to take place. 

Workshop: Culturally appropriate and effective feedback

-Enhance your skills in giving effective feedback in the international classroom in this 1-day workshop-

During this workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback means in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on formative feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education.  Diverse methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of giving feedback and become more effective in the learning process.

Practical details:
Date:              27 November 2020
Time:              9:00-17:00h
Location:        University of Twente
Costs:             free of charge for anyone working at 4TU
Registration*:  through the 4TU.CEE website
Trainer:           Marijke van Oppen, Intercultural Trainer 4TU.CEE
Information:   More information on the programme will be provided at a later
                     stage

**We kindly ask you to make sure that you are going to be able to attend the workshop before registering.A minimum of 6 participants is required for the workshop to take place. 

Workshop culturally appropriate and effective feedback

27 November 2020
09:00 - 17:00
University of Twente

Workshop: Culturally appropriate and effective feedback

-Enhance your skills in giving effective feedback in the international classroom in this 1-day workshop-

During this workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback means in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on formative feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education.  Diverse methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of giving feedback and become more effective in the learning process.

Practical details:
Date:              27 November 2020
Time:              9:00-17:00h
Location:        University of Twente
Costs:             free of charge for anyone working at 4TU
Registration*:  through the 4TU.CEE website
Trainer:           Marijke van Oppen, Intercultural Trainer 4TU.CEE
Information:   More information on the programme will be provided at a later
                     stage

**We kindly ask you to make sure that you are going to be able to attend the workshop before registering.A minimum of 6 participants is required for the workshop to take place. 

Workshop: Culturally appropriate and effective feedback

-Enhance your skills in giving effective feedback in the international classroom in this 1-day workshop-

During this workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback means in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on formative feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education.  Diverse methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of giving feedback and become more effective in the learning process.

Practical details:
Date:              27 November 2020
Time:              9:00-17:00h
Location:        University of Twente
Costs:             free of charge for anyone working at 4TU
Registration*:  through the 4TU.CEE website
Trainer:           Marijke van Oppen, Intercultural Trainer 4TU.CEE
Information:   More information on the programme will be provided at a later
                     stage

**We kindly ask you to make sure that you are going to be able to attend the workshop before registering.A minimum of 6 participants is required for the workshop to take place.