Providing high-quality feedback to students is integral to effective teaching. Equally, gathering feedback on how well students have learned a topic is important in enabling teachers to address any misunderstanding and provide the right level of challenge in future lessons. Educators in this webinar will learn about effective approaches in feedback.

What you’ll learn:

• Unpack the global evidence about the characteristics of effective feedback.
• Explore the implementation of feedback through a case study of an Australian school.This webinar will be facilitated by Dr Tanya Vaughan in conversation with Robyn Arri, Support Teacher at Our Lady Help of Christians Primary School and Anisha Ghani, Senior Project Officer in the Teaching and School Leadership Team at AITSL.5.00-6.00pm ACT/NSW/QLD/Tas/Vic
4.30-5.30pm SA/NT
3.00-4.00pm WA

Aug 18, 2020 05:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney



Robyn Arri
Support Teacher – Teaching and Learning at Our Lady Help of Christians Primary School
Robyn Arri is a teacher with 20 years experience working in both the State and Catholic education systems in Cairns, North Queensland. As a Support Teacher – Teaching and Learning at Our Lady Help of Christians Primary School she is skilled in pedagogical practices that are evidence informed and is an instructional coach with deep knowledge on teaching reading and writing. Robyn is a strong advocate for professional learning communities and curriculum development that has an impact on student learning. Her educational qualifications include a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Education in Curriculum and Pedagogical Leadership. She is passionate about educational research, staff and student wellbeing and lifelong learning.

Anisha Ghani
Teaching and School Leadership Team, AITSL
Anisha Ghani is a Senior Project Officer in the Teaching and School Leadership team at AITSL (Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership) and is responsible for leading the work on teaching effectiveness and high quality professional learning. Previously, Anisha worked as a secondary classroom teacher in Singapore and Melbourne with specialist expertise in literacy and numeracy development, and experience across a spectrum of roles including curriculum leader, mentor and pre-service supervising teacher. Drawing on her teaching background, Anisha currently consults and collaborates with a range of stakeholders within the education sector to strengthen quality teaching practices that positively impact educational outcomes for young people across Australia.

Dr Tanya Vaughan
Associate Director at 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, 12 articles and facilitated more than 116 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.