FLO Friday — Giving Meaningful Feedback with Monica Morris

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Audience: Faculty who want to hone their skills in facilitating learning online.

Join us as we explore the topic of giving meaningful feedback. As feedback is an integral part of the learning process, we will explore questions such as, “What is feedback? How do we give meaningful feedback? How can we apply current research on giving feedback to our interactions with learners and others?” This FLO Friday promises to be interactive, so please be ready to share your thoughts and insights on this most important topic!

More about your FLO facilitator, Monica Morris:

Monica’s experience in teaching and learning spans from course design to program implementation to instructor development and everything in between! Some of Monica’s proudest accomplishments include her work on the Applied Practice Course for real estate, which was recognized with the prestigious Association of Real Estate License Law Officials award, and her recent work with WorkSafeBC, in which she led the creation of a hybrid program for new hires. Throughout her career, Monica has worked with both new and experienced instructors to enhance their overall teaching practices. In her role as the British Columbia Real Estate Association’s instructor and learner engagement manager, Monica successfully supported a community of instructors through the transformation of face-to-face presenters to online facilitators of learning. Monica currently consults for a variety of organizations across the province and looks for opportunities to create communities of practice through facilitating workshops, teaching, and designing and developing engaging educational programs. Monica holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education from St. Francis Xavier University and a Master of Arts in leadership and training from Royal Roads University.