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Feedback cultures: Learning, Listening, and Growing

Christopher Sling
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Dan Hasan

What's in this episode?

Looking more closely at the personal experiences of students, today’s episode features two very different stories about the encounter with feedback in school, work, and in wider society. We touch again on the link between feedback and democratic society; explore the spaces and places where communication happens; and consider the relationship between social media and learning, and course design. How can we be aware of and responsive to cultural differences, and still maximise the sense of a learning community in teaching and instructional design? Here, we start that conversation.

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Christopher Sling

Online culture student

Chris is a third-year student at Tilburg University, specialising in digital and social media. He is passionate about writing, media, culture, and humanitarian affairs.

Roan Poppe

Philosophy student

Roan is a graduate philosophy student at Utrecht University, and also runs his own translation company. He has also completed an MA degree in applied ethics, also at Utrecht.

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Dan Hasan
Content Creator, FeedbackFruits