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Inspiration Day 2020

FeedbackFruits co-hosted together with Deakin University and Griffith University its first Australian Inspiration Day to discuss Empowering Pedagogies with FeedbackFruits.

On behalf of Deakin, Griffith and FeedbackFruits; would like to thank our speakers and the 178 attendees for making this day special.

Below you can find videos of the sessions and presentations of the speakers. Enjoy!

Blog Post

Australian Inspiration Day 2020: All about teamwork
Read our key takeaways from Australian Inspiration Day 2020!

Significantly higher student engagement: +94% completion rate

Higher student satisfaction:
evaluation increased from 6 to 7.3

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Welcome and introduction

Dr Chie Adachi (Director Digital Learning at Deakin University) and Michael Sankey (Professor and Director
of Learning Transformations at Griffith University)

Teamwork development through self and peer assessment 

Dr Tiffany Gunning (Course Design and Development Team Leader SEBE at Deakin University)

FeedbackFruits introductions and Dotank

Annika Borgstede (Partner Success Manager) and Max de Raaf (Business Developer) from FeedbackFruits

From online case studies to group evaluations in workgroups

Jess Co (Lecturer in Management Department at Monash University)

The road to student satisfaction: A FeedbackFruits Story

Kirsten Black (Technology Enhanced Learning Designer) and Dr Omid Ameri (Course Coordinator) from Victoria University

Leveraging discussion formats online

Annika Borgstede (Partner Success Manager at FeedbackFruits), Texas Tech University and MITx

Gathering the FeedbackFruits in large-cohort group-work

Dr Fiona Baird (Lecturer, Foundation Year Health at Griffith University)

Automated feedback on deliverables

Wilco te Winkel (Information Manager at Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Joost Verdoorn (Research & Development Lead at FeedbackFruits)

FeedbackFruits product roadmap

Bas Hintemann (COO & Head of Product at FeedbackFruits)

Closing remarks

Dr Chie Adachi (Director Digital Learning at Deakin University) and Michael Sankey (Professor and Director
of Learning Transformations at Griffith University)

General Q&A

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Program

Explore the inspirational sessions that are waiting for you on June 5th.

Walk-in 1:00 - 1:10pm AEST

Welcome and introduction

Dr Chie Adachi (Director Digital Learning at Deakin University) and Michael Sankey (Professor and Director of Learning Transformations at Griffith University)

1:10 - 1:20pm AEST

FeedbackFruits introductions and Dotank

Annika Borgstede (Partner Success Manager) and Max de Raaf (Business Developer) from FeedbackFruits

1:20 - 1:35pm AEST

Teamwork development through self and peer assessment 

This session explains the Self and Peer Review of Teamwork Skills strategy, developed in the Faculty of Science Engineering and Built environment (SEBE). Supporting and encouraging the development of student teamwork skills for the world of work. Students develop evaluative judgement skills against predefined standards next to their skills in giving, receiving and reflecting on feedback. Using Group Contribution Grading for the individualization of team marks.

Dr Tiffany Gunning (Course Design and Development Team Leader SEBE at Deakin University)

1:35 - 1:50pm AEST

From online case studies to group evaluations in workgroups

In the Introduction to Management course, students are asked to prepare a case study before coming to their workgroup meetings each week. This has now been altered to a completely online format, where students are required to prepare the case study using Interactive Document, with guiding questions. During their workgroup meetings via Zoom, students work together in smaller groups to discuss the case study whilst simultaneously using Group Member Evaluation to review each other.

Jess Co (Lecturer in Management Department at Monash University)

1:50 – 2:05pm AEST

The road to student satisfaction is built by developing peer feedback skills: A FeedbackFruits Story

A Learning Designer’s experience transforming a problematic 2nd year paramedic unit with low student satisfaction and excessive failure rates. With the help of interactive and peer feedback tools this unit is now a flagship in the College.

Participation and engagement gets a boost!

Not only did participation and engagement with materials increase, but students were able to demonstrate understanding contextually within the document and video.

Kirsten Black (Technology Enhanced Learning Designer) and Dr Omid Ameri (Course Coordinator) from Victoria University

2:05 – 2:20pm AEST

Break

2:20 – 2:35pm AEST

Leveraging discussion formats online

Together with MITx, FeedbackFruits created the Discussion Assignment tool. This tool enables online discussions, using a combination of assigned and open discussion all students participating will start and receive discussions on their deliverables. MITx uses this tool for different MicroMasters as well as MOOCs on edX.

Annika Borgstede (Partner Success Manager at FeedbackFruits), Texas Tech University and MITx

2:35 – 2:50pm AEST

Gathering the Feedback Fruits in large-cohort group-work

In her first trimester course for commencing students, Dr Baird runs a structured group assessment where each group of 4 - 6 was assigned a person of importance across the main health disciplines and a poster created on their contribution. In 2020, we used Feedback Fruits to facilitate the peer assessment portion of the assessment.

Dr Fiona Baird (Lecturer, Foundation Year Health at Griffith University)

2:50 - 3:15pm AEST

Automated feedback on deliverables

The Erasmus University Rotterdam, Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences and the R&D department of FeedbackFruits have joined forces to create a new tool called Automated Feedback. This tool, powered by Artificial Intelligence, enables students to receive formative feedback on their academic writing skills based on criteria set by teachers. Co-creator, Wilco te Winkel (EUR), will join us to explain the process and first results.

Wilco te Winkel (Information Manager at Erasmus University Rotterdam) and Joost Verdoorn (Research & Development Lead at FeedbackFruits)

3:15 - 3:30pm AEST

FeedbackFruits product roadmap

Bas Hintemann (COO & Head of Product at FeedbackFruits)

3:30 - 3:40pm AEST

Closing remarks

3:40 - 4:00pm AEST

General Q&A

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(Re)Discover the presentations

Inspiration Day 2019

The Inspiration Day 2019 took place at Erasmus University.
Discussions about the future of EdTech were led by keynote speaker Philip Uys from Charles Sturt University in Australia and attendees shared their experience using FeedbackFruits' tools.

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Blog Post

5 things we learned from Inspiration Day
The FeedbackFruits Inspiration Day is all about sharing knowledge and ideas around expanding our tools’ functionality for future use cases.

Significantly higher student engagement: +90% completion rate

Higher student satisfaction: evaluation increased from 6 to 7.evaluation increased from 6 to 7.3

Blog Post

A day for inspiration  
One of the ways we collaborate with universities is through our (bi)annual Inspiration Days. This day is dedicated to sharing ideas and knowledge within the EdTech DoTank.

Significantly higher student engagement: +94% completion rate

Higher student satisfaction:
evaluation increased from 6 to 7.3

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Case Study

Story of IE Business School
How IE Business School used the tool Interactive Document to improve student’s knowledge and skills on the fundamentals of programming.

Significantly higher student engagement: +90% completion rate

Higher student satisfaction: evaluation increased from 6 to 7.evaluation increased from 6 to 7.3

Case Study

Story of MIT | xPRO
How an open-ended discussion in a manufacturing course was conducted with the power of Discussion.

Significantly higher student engagement: +94% completion rate

Higher student satisfaction:
evaluation increased from 6 to 7.3