Self and Peer Assessment to Foster Feedback Literacy

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Seminar Room 6.30, Level 6, FBE Building, 111 Barry Street, Parkville

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Tessa Brinley

  • Improving Teaching

"Self and Peer Assessment to Foster Feedback Literacy"

Providing learners the opportunity to assess their own, and/or their peers’ work generates important skills and capabilities that extend beyond the classroom setting and into the workplace. Feedback literacy is critical in developing evaluative judgement – a capability that is proven to increase effectiveness in applying skills and knowledge.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:

  • Identify the key features and benefits of SPA
  • Integrate SPA into assessment
  • Identify the best tools and technologies that enable and support SPA


Dr. Andy Wear is a Senior Lecturer in Higher Education at the Williams Centre for Learning Advancement. He has worked in a number of Australian universities both as an academic and leading large-scale teaching and learning transformation projects, with a particular focus on digital and hybrid learning environments. He specialises in learning experience design, assessment design, digital pedagogies, philosophy of education, as well as academic leadership and development. Andy is an experienced facilitator of workshops and training supporting these capabilities.