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Assessment: How to turn your assessment setbacks into a learning success

Failure. It’s a taboo subject. When starting university, you may be overwhelmed with study support, extra assessment assistance and resources, as well as being provided with multiple opportunities to accept help from your lecturers. But what happens if you fail, or don’t do as well as you had hoped? What happens when you accept that failure without learning from it? In this free one-hour webinar, you’ll hear about why learning from different types of failure is important, how to positively reframe that failure for future success and how to incorporate strategies to cope with any study let downs you may experience in future.

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Assessment: How to turn your assessment setbacks into a learning success

  1. 1. Welcome to Country
  2. 2. Poll ‘What sort of assessment setbacks have you experienced or are interested in hearing about?’
  3. 3. Cristy L. Bartlett, USQ Library Services USQ ePrints - https://eprints.usq.edu.au/ How to turn your assessment setbacks into a learning success
  4. 4. • Why learning from different types of failure is important • How to incorporate strategies to cope with any study let downs you may experience in the future • How to positively reframe that failure for future success
  5. 5. Poll ‘Do you hide your failures or setbacks from others?’
  6. 6. What happens if you fail, or don’t do as well as you had hoped? How does it feel? How do you react to set backs? Do you hide your failures?
  7. 7. What happens when you accept failure without learning from it? Setback No Learning Similar situation Same actions We want to avoid getting caught in the setback loop!
  8. 8. Poll ‘How confident are you in engaging with your assessment feedback?
  9. 9. Why learning from different types of failure is important Grow as a person Avoid making similar mistakes in the future Failure is often a great prompt for new understandings of ourselvesBe a warning to others
  10. 10. How to turn your assessment setbacks into a learning success Feedback from marker Exam experience Reflect on what happened and why StudyDesk posts and feedback Course materials Assignment task information Your lecturer Other students
  11. 11. How to turn your assessment setbacks into a learning success Planning assessments What is my area for improvement? Unpacking the task Preparing for exams Time Management How you engage with the course material Editing and proofreading skills Referencing principles Using time effectively
  12. 12. How to incorporate strategies to cope with any study let downs you may experience in future Acknowledge the setback Try to put the setback in perspective Seek help if you need it Actively reflect and learn from the experience Remember: everyone has setbacks Focus on what you have learnt, rather than the setback itself Failure is feedback!
  13. 13. How to positively reframe that failure for future success Reframe What is the lesson How will things be better for you because of the setback?
  14. 14. Failures, … are finger posts on the road to achievement. One fails forward toward success. C.S. Lewis A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying. B. F. Skinner C. S. Lewis Quotes. (n.d.). BrainyQuote.com. Retrieved May 9, 2019, from BrainyQuote.com URL: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/c_s_lewis_119178 B. F. Skinner Quotes. (n.d.). BrainyQuote.com. Retrieved May 9, 2019, from BrainyQuote.com URL: https://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/b_f_skinner_393571
  15. 15. Student Relationship Officers (SRO) Learning Advisors and Study Support (Library) Health and Wellness Team at USQ Previous webinars: Success through Stress – Discuss how to reframe experiences and manage stress. Get up and go with Motivation – How to create motivation More information and support

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