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From the FFYE Forum: Doing Feedback – making it count

By Kathryn Egea,

A packed FFYE Forum considered some big ideas in feedback and assessment, with students and staff sharing experience and practice.

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Using rubrics in class to enhance engagement and understanding

By Michaela Zappia,

Mai Hansford and Michaela Zappia take us through their work on rubrics undertaken as part of an FFYE grant project.

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Congratulations to Kathy Egea, STARS Fellow for 2021

By LX Team,

Kathy leads the FFYE program, which has supported the student experience and transition over the past ten years.

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Feedback and Assessment: Hot Topic 3 from TACT is here!

By Alisa Percy,

Join TACT for the third Hot Topic in our 2021 series and explore how we can re-frame our approaches to feedback for learning.

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Empowering students in moments of ‘stuck’

By Lucinda Allen,

Lucy Allen shows how students can come to see being 'stuck' as a useful and important part of the learning journey.

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FFYE Forum recap: cultivating a compassionate university

By Alisa Percy,

Student engagement and belonging takes centre stage as a hot topic at the first FFYE Forum event of 2021.

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Building positive student partnerships in trying times

By Judith Smith,

Working with students is key to understanding their experiences. Ongoing partnerships help us clarify confusion and respond directly to needs as they arise.

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Fostering connection and building a culture of care: reflections on the FFYE Forum

By Alisa Percy,

Alisa Percy recaps the recent FFYE Forum, which was themed around fostering connection and care for remote learning, teaching and working.

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FFYE Forum recap: using learning-focused feedback practices

By Dimity Wehr,

The recent First and Further Year Experience Forum demonstrated the importance of good feedback practices for productive partnerships with students.

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FFYE thrives in first Zoom forum event

By Kathryn Ayrton,

UTS recently hosted its first FFYE online forum in Zoom with 80 registrants gathering to discuss ways of thriving in the COVID-19 T&L environment.

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