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Tuesday, October 30 • 11:15am - 11:30am
Is Silence Golden? - Reporting back on the use of audio-visual feedback by both staff and students in a first year foundation unit

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The use of audio-visual feedback has great potential for scaffolding new skills and helping to reduce feelings of isolation, especially in flexible online self-paced study formats. In 2017, Dr Stephanie Kizimchuk redesigned the assessment for the online self-paced (FLX-mode) format of the first year foundation unit at the University of Canberra. She then introduced audio-visual feedback use among both her students and staff in a pilot within the unit. Last year, Dr Kizimchuk presented ‘The Importance of Being Present: Redesigning for audio-visual feedback by both students and staff’, where she explored the context, pedagogic reasons, opportunities, challenges, and principles for best practice in the use of audio-visual feedback in the lead up to implementing the pilot. As a follow up, in this current session Dr Kizimchuk will report back on the results of both the pilot and the expansion of audio-visual feedback use to the main unit cohort. The session will briefly cover the pilot’s context and pedagogic design, share and explore the results stemming from the implementation of audio-visual feedback, and include recommendations for practical adoption and incorporation of this technology into teaching and learning contexts.

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Stephanie Kizimchuk

Teaching & Learning Fellow: Transition Pedagogy, University of Canberra
Educator, technologist, researcher, and cultural historian. Lecturer and early career researcher at @UniCanberra. Passionate about learning. @StephKizimchuk | ------------ | Dr Stephanie Kizimchuk (AFHEA) is an education focused academic and educator based in the Teaching & Learning... Read More →


Tuesday October 30, 2018 11:15am - 11:30am
Blackfriars Building, G.23

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