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PGT Essentials: Engaging with Feedback

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A workshop exploring assignment feedback: breaking down the language used, and how to apply it to future work.

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The University Graduate School supports postgraduates at the University of Birmingham. We offer a variety of academic, social and wellbeing activities throughout the year, as well as career development opportunities. Learn more about our work here: https://intranet.birmingham.ac.uk/student/graduateschool/index.aspx

Engaging with academic feedback is an important part of improving your postgraduate work and developing your skills. This workshop will equip you with the skills to interpret your assignment feedback and apply it to future work and learning: we'll look in-depth at the language used in feedback, what it means in practical terms, and how best you can use it to your advantage.

Join the University Graduate School and the Academic Skills Centre for this online workshop on academic feedback, followed by a Q&A where you can ask any questions related feedback.

The workshop covers:

  • How to approach and understand feedback,
  • Definitions of the language used in feedback,
  • and a Q&A where you can ask our academic expert for help and advice.

You will be sent the Zoom details 30 minutes before the event starts - these emails can end up in junk folders, so check them! If you do not receive this email, please contact Elizabeth O'Connor at e.r.oconnor@bham.ac.uk.

Please note that registration closes an hour before the event: contact Elizabeth if you would like to join short-notice.

A recording of the workshop presentation will be available afterwards.

This session welcomes students on the following postgraduate courses in 2020-21: MA, MSc, MBA, MEd, LLM, MPH, Maths SKE, MPA, PG Affiliate, PG Certificate, PG Dip Ed, PG Diploma, and PGCE. It is open to PGT students at the University of Birmingham only.

Any other questions, please contact Elizabeth O'Connor e.r.oconnor@bham.ac.uk or the University Graduate School.

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