Cheryl Jeffs and Kiara Mikita, University of Calgary
Feedback for Teaching Development was developed to support the ‘fearful’ to ‘fear less!’ Campus Mental Health Strategy at the University of Calgary. The infographic is designed to provide a visual reference to explore and to apply the components of receiving feedback to develop feedback literacy. Identified by Carless and Boud (2018), the components consist of appreciating feedback processes, making judgments, managing affect, and taking action. An example from higher education will be provided for participants to explore receiving feedback with the intent for growth and development. Faculty will have the tools to embrace feedback and educational developers will have the strategies to further support their institutions in developing feedback literacy.
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