Angela Lui, associate professor at the University at Albany, gave a lecture at Ostroh Academy
February 15, 2022
On February 15, applicants for specialty 053 Psychology met with Angela Lui, associate professor at the State University of New York in Albany (Angela M. Lui) on the topic: “Feedback as Something Received: Exploring Students’ Responses to Feedback”.
Angela Lui studies students' cognitive and emotional responses to teachers' feedback. Her research and teaching interests include classroom assessment, internal learning-related processes, and applied measurements in education. The intersection of research between these three areas aims to find effective teaching strategies to improve learning and engage students.
Oksana Matlasevych, doctor of Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of psychology and pedagogy, made a welcoming speech:
“First of all, I would like to congratulate you in our community and thank you for agreeing to talk to us. We appreciate your willingness to share your thoughts and experience with students”.
During the lecture, the speaker spoke about exploring students' responses and feedback.
“Students' self-assessment and constructive teacher feedback play an extremely important role in students' understanding of their own effective steps to improve academic performance,”
Eduard Balashov, Professor, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, noted:
“It is very important that students receive constructive feedback from the teacher during the learning process. This will allow them to analyze their learning activities, improve their self-regulation, and make certain adjustments. It is also important for teachers to receive constructive comments from students”.
By the way, this lecture is another step towards fruitful cooperation with the Department of psychology and methodology of education at the State University of New York in Albany.