Simple Tools that can
Revolutionse Feedback we Provide
Principal Teaching Fellow at the
University of Warwick, UK.
In this talk Russell Stannard is going to present his "pioneering" work on feedback.
He will talk about how he initially developed the idea, the
research he has undertaken and the feedback from students. This
idea has been taken up by literally thousands of teachers all
over the world and he has presented his work in more than 15
countries. It has had widespread press coverage not only because
of its impact but also because of its simplicity. It is an idea
that can be quickly adopted and adapted to a whole range of
teaching contexts and bring about real changes in the teaching
and learning experience.
Read about his work in
the Guardian 2012
Russell Stannard is a
Principal Teaching Fellow at the University of Warwick,
specialising in the application of media and technology to
improve teaching, particularly in language learning. He runs
which provides step by step help videos for teachers who want to
incorporate technology into their teaching. In 2008 he won
the Times Higher "Outstanding Initiative" in ICT for the website
and in 2010 he won the British Council "Innovation" award. The
site gets more than a quarter of a million visits a year from
teachers all around the world. Russell Stannard's work on feedback is
especially well-known and his pioneering of the use of screen
capture for feedback has received large scale press coverage
around the world and his concepts were recently included in a
report submitted to the UK government.
Find out more about
Russell Stannard at
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