Giving feedback and evaluating, how to do it the right way? In this workshop Govert Anschütz explores these issues together with the participants. He draws inspiration from the New Zealand researcher John Hattie, who finds it very instructive to view the behavior of students as a form of feedback for the teacher. According to Hattie, the question “What is my impact?” can have a transformative effect on your teaching practice.
What exactly do ‘feedback’ and ‘evaluation’ mean? And what are they not? What is the impact of feedback on the learning process? And how can you increase that impact? What are ‘learning objectives’ and ‘success criteria’, and why are they so important? You will hear all about it in this workshop, which is both an exchange and a research in which active involvement and input from the participants is stimulated.
Govert Anschütz (1971) studied Dutch Language and Literature (University Amsterdam) and Theater Director / Drama Lecturer (Toneelacademie Maastricht). Together with Soetkin Vervaet he founded Cie. TEKKEL, a company that creates movement theater with actors and dancers of all ages. Anschütz gives workshops on acting, improvising, directing and stage fighting. Since 2010 he is working at LUCA School of Arts (Ghent) where he leads research projects on feedback as an incentive, professionalisation in art education and how educational research can be translated into teaching practices.
This workshop consists of two sessions of two hours.
Thu 23/08 11:00-13:00
Thu 23/08 14:00-16:00
Price (standard): € 50
Price (reduction, members): € 40