Feedback Toolkit

24/10/2022 - 21:56

BELTA continues the webinar series with Dalia Ashraf. Join Dalia and the BELTA community on 17 November for this FREE webinar on giving feedback to your students.

On Thursday 17 November at 19.30 CET, BELTA is hosting a webinar on Feedback Toolkit by Dalia Ashraf.
The webinar is free and open to all. Dalia's presentation will take about 45 minutes. After that there will be 15 minutes for questions.


Feedback can have negative or positive influence on the learning process. Teachers always focus on the corrective form of feedback aiming at improving their learners’ language accuracy, but they are oblivious to the fact that corrective feedback might demotivate the students if given insensitively.
This session investigates the other interrelated purposes of feedback along with the correction purpose. Motivating learners, improving fluency and developing an autonomous learner should be objectives to consider achieving when giving feedback. In the light of the aforementioned objectives, there are some decisions that educators need to take to ensure giving effective feedback. Teachers need to decide when and how to give feedback as well as what to focus on in feedback; they also need to use a variety of feedback techniques according to the task type.
This session will focus on when and how to give feedback to ensure its sufficiency and effectiveness, types of feedback and some feedback techniques.


Dalia is a teacher and CELTA tutor. She is the senior academic coordinator at Pharos University in Alexandria (PUA); her role involves mentoring coordinators and training teachers, developing the curriculum from A1 to C2, and following up on educational quality. Dalia is also an active member of the Professional Development Unit at PUA. She works as a teacher trainer with International House Cairo. She has been training pre-service and in-service teachers in different contexts: language centers, schools and universities. She has experience in testing and assessment, and she designs and reviews tests at PUA. Dalia has experience teaching different age groups in different contexts - she taught Egyptian, Korean and Turkish students.

How to join

Please register before 16 November by clicking on the red registration button below or on the top right.
The day before the webinar you will receive​ a mail with the Teams link to the webinar.
Registration is now closed.