Building an online student-staff partnership with per-session feedback: Perspectives from Medical Statistics

Margaret MacDougall, Sophia Sophia Wong Ching Hwai

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In this post, Margaret MacDougall and Sophia Wong Ching Hwai share their thoughts on implementing per-session feedback as an effective way of creating a sense of partnership between students and instructors and enhancing student engagement. Margaret MacDougall is a senior lecturer in medical statistics at the Edinburgh Medical School and Sophia Wong Ching Hwai is an undergraduate medical student and Student Representative for BMedSci in Health Sciences: Surgical Sciences. This post is part of May-June’s ‘Hot Topic’ series: “Teaching and Learning during a Pandemic: Lessons and reflections from the last year”.
Original languageEnglish
TypeBlog post
Media of outputTeaching Matters blog
PublisherUniversity of Edinburgh
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jun 2021

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NameTeaching and Learning during a Pandemic: Lessons and reflections from the last year”.
PublisherUniversity of Edinburgh

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