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Date(s) - 14/09/2017
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Benalla Health – Michael Long Education Centre
45-53 Coster S

Available Spaces 10

Format: Workshop – Face to face                                      Duration 1 hour

Target audience: Students from all disciplines and all levels of study

Overview: The placement experience causes anxiety for many students. Feedback is an essential component of experiential learning but is often dreaded by students and as a result can be limited in its effectiveness. This workshop is based on the work of Sheila Heen and Douglas Stone and explores common reactions and responses to feedback and helps students with strategies to reduce their anxiety and improve the effectiveness of feedback discussions with their placement supervisors.

This workshop uses live polling so requires student access to a mobile device, tablet or computer.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the three types of feedback.
  2. Describe the three factors that influence how feedback is received.
  3. Be able to separate factual information and opinion in feedback discussions.
  4. Develop strategies for reaching mutual understanding in feedback discussions.
  5. Identify questions to ask supervisors to improve the learning opportunities from feedback.


Bookings are closed for this event.