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TeLEd Monthly Research Series

Feedback in times of uncertainty

This exciting instance of the TeLEd Monthly Event Series will feature Rachelle Esterhazy, one of the up and coming stars in the field of feedback research. Rachelle is an Associate Professor at the University of Oslo, where she teaches in the LINK Centre for Learning, Innovation, and Academic Development. She has published numerous articles on a broad range of topics around teaching and learning in higher education, including feedback practices, peer mentoring, and collaborative learning.

Picture of Rachelle Esterhazy
Photo:
Audun Bjerknes, UiO

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In an era characterized by information overload and rapid societal changes, students face multifaceted uncertainties. In order to cope with these uncertainties, students need to learn how to regain a sense of stability and be equipped for life-long learning. In this presentation, I explore the role of higher education in meeting these challenges and how productive feedback strategies can empower students to thrive amidst ambiguity, fostering resilience and adaptability in an ever-evolving world.