Masterclass: Edd Pitt

The Importance of the Relational and Affective Domains in Feedback – Using Intellectual Streaking to Develop Staff & Student Feedback Literacy

Dr Edd Pitt, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK – Twitter – @DrEddPitt

Session Outline
In this Masterclass delegates will explore the relational and affective domains within the feedback process. This interactive Masterclass will take delegates on a journey through their own experiences of giving and receiving feedback with a particular focus upon staff and student relationships. The Masterclass will utilise a series of activities that will provide an opportunity for delegates to explore their own and their student’s emotional responses to feedback. The Masterclass will highlight how a greater awareness of emotional literacy development, facilitated through intellectual streaking, could improve staff and students’ feedback literacy and working relationships.

Edd is the Programme Director for the Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education and Reader in Higher Education and Academic Practice in the centre for the study of higher education at the University of Kent, UK.

Edd has recently been collaborating with Academics in the UK, Ireland, Hong Kong and Australia. His principal research field is Assessment and Feedback with a particular focus upon student’s use of feedback. His current research agenda explores signature feedback practices and the development of both teacher and student feedback literacy. His most recent publication was a systematic literature review of Assessment and Feedback

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