Feedback from the course educators

At the end of this week, the course educator will record a video that will be made available on this step by Friday 22 November.

Melissa uses the weekly feedback videos to provide encouragement and to reflect on the questions and conversations that have arisen from comments, discussions and learner activity throughout this week of the course.

When can you watch it?

The weekly feedback video will be made available with subtitles and a transcript. These may take some time to prepare, but we’ll get them to you as soon as possible.

Melissa will announce the availability of the video in the comments of this step, so be sure to follow her to find out when the video is available.

You’ll be able to watch the feedback video from within this step, but you may like to subscribe to our ‘Monash Food as Medicine’ YouTube channel so you’re the first to find out when new feedback videos are uploaded!

Why record a feedback video?

Feedback videos allow Melissa the amazing opportunity to connect with you, and you to her. This makes the video an essential part of your learning experience.

The course educator values your input and create these videos in response to your discussion in the comments. So, if there’s a particular topic or discussion that you’d like to be explored further, engage in discussion with other learners throughout the week to help Melissa identify topics to discuss in the video.

Take your time and review the week

If you arrive at this step before the end of this week (Friday November 22), or are waiting for the feedback video to become available, we encourage you to take some time to review what you have learned so far.

Doing this will also give you the opportunity to reflect on the discussion between the course mentor and other learners.

Check your progress

As you make your way through the course, you might like to check your progress. You can do this by selecting the Progress tab where you’ll see what percentage of the course steps you’ve marked as complete.

Mark as complete

When you have finished this step, select the Mark as complete button before moving on to the next step. Continue to mark each step as complete as you make your way through the course.


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