Feedback is the food of the champions. Why is it so powerful? How do you integrate it optimally into your teaching practice? How do your colleagues use it? What pitfalls can best be avoided? What can you best retain, add to, steer towards and/or remove of your current practice?

Some of the questions we will try to answer in the two following sessions of Future-Proof Teaching. As in the first session we won't be going into any complex theories on education and technology. Our ultimate goal is to arrive at Future-Proof teaching through co-creation.


Anke Baeyens | Educational Coach at ECHO & the Education Department 

Philip Lambrechts | Staff member in the Education Department

Dates, registration and detailed information

To be able to participate in session 2 and/or 3, it is not a prerequisite to have attended session 1 (Discuss & Design Your Course(s)). Also sessions 2 and 3 are separate, so you don’t need to be present for both.

Session 2 - April 22, 2021 - 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (latest) 

In this session, we will focus on the process of giving feedback in the context of student-centered, competence-centered and activating instruction. We will also provide some tools that can support you in giving feedback. You may expect pedagogical input from ECHO, but we will also put a strong emphasis on interaction.

You can find the learning material (recording, slides and sources) here

Session 3 - May 6, 2021 - 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. (latest) 

In this session, we will introduce you to tools in the context of student-centered, competence-centered and activating education. We will integrate a structured methodology to help you understand and give feedback. This session will be organized as an intervision, to enable interaction and inspiration for each other.

You can find the learning material (recording, slides and sources) here

Target group

All UAntwerp lecturers and assistants are welcome. The sessions will be held in English, so international lecturers and assistants can also participate.  Education staff members are also welcome to join.

Questions or feedback? 

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