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Webinar: Effective feedback
Effective feedback practice can increase student progress by as much as an extra eight months over a year. However, implementing feedback effectively would usually require schools investing significant time in research and external professional learning. To save schools this time and effort, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) in partnership with Evidence for Learning (E4L) have developed a suite of feedback resources for schools. The free-to-access, evidence-based resources provide practical support to hit the ground running in applying effective feedback practice in the classroom to enhance student learning outcomes.

In this webinar, participants will learn about how they can use the feedback resources in their school.

6.00-7.00pm ACT/QLD/NSW/Tas/Vic
5.30-6.30pm SA/NT
4.00-5.00pm WA

May 14, 2019 6:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Dr Tanya Vaughan
Associate Director - Evidence for Learning
Tanya is Associate Director, Evidence for Learning and is responsible for the Teaching & Learning Toolkit. Tanya has worked in education in policy design and implementation in AITSL, ACARA and PAI. She has consulted on international and national projects in leadership in education and evaluation with Learning First and Educational Transformations. Tanya taught at the senior secondary level in science and coordinated Biology. Tanya has co-authored one international book, three chapters, seven journal articles and facilitated more than 70 presentations/workshops in educational research. Tanya has also published within her field of bioinformatics and genomics with five peer reviewed journal articles and eight conference presentations. Tanya became an Honorary Fellow at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne in 2011. Tanya holds a Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Education, Professional Certificate in Instructional Leadership and Doctor of Philosophy.
Erin Corbyn
Senior Project Officer - Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)
Erin Corbyn is a Senior Project Officer in the Quality Teaching Team and AITSL (Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership). She is responsible for leading the national teacher certification program as well as developing resources and policy that aim to promote and support expertise in the classroom. Previously, Erin worked as a primary classroom teacher, learning leader and assistant headteacher in schools in the UK and Melbourne and has expertise in Literacy curriculum development and whole school teaching and learning. Erin has presented to and consulted with a wide range of groups within the education sector including; Highly Accomplished and Lead teachers (HALT), pre-service teachers, casual relief teachers, principal associations and system and sector representatives.