Most Effective Feedback Award

This Most Effective Feedback Award goes to an individual who enables students to progress by giving effective feedback as part of the tutorial process and/or after completing assignments. They provide you with clear and concise comments on what you did well and how you can improve for the future using innovative and diverse methods with both formal assessment feedback and informal comments. 

And the winner is... 

 

 

Dr Tina Joshi 
Lecturer in Molecular Biology, Faculty of Health: Medicine, Dentistry and Human Sciences 

 

“Most of my tutors provide good feedback, however, Tina goes the extra mile. Her feedback is detailed, clear and concise. She talks you through how to improve for future course work/ exams, but also include work-related scenarios making you see your work in relation to a life outside of the University” 

“She's been great at adapting her feedback methods allowing for innovative points of contact when face to face have not been possible. I have had exam feedback through facetime when I was unable to attend University.” 

“Tina is quick to reply when there are questions even outside of her working hours. It is clear that she wants her students to be prepared and to perform at their highest level.” 

 


 

Highly Commended: Margaret Prior  
Lecturer in Human Resources Management, Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Business 
 

“Margaret went above and beyond to provide our class with excellent resources to tackle our assignment, was available for feedback and help when required and gave really useful tutorials and lectures that were engaging.” 

“I found her style of teaching the most effective compared to any other teaching staff I have had in my four years at University. My peers on the module she taught also regularly remarked how helpful her feedback was and how much of a good teacher she was.” 

 



All nominees: 

  • Dr Ahmed  Suhail 
  • Dr Antonio del Aguila 
  • Dr Tina Joshi 
  • Margaret Prior 
  • Mohammed Haddoud 
  • Samantha Townsend