After having worked as primary school teacher for several years, Florence Van Meenen obtained her Master’s degree in Educational Sciences at the Université catholique de Louvain [UCLouvain, Belgium] in 2019. She was granted a four-year research grant by the Fund for Scientific Research (FRS-FNRS) and started a Doctoral degree in October 2019 at UCLouvain, supervised by Prof. dr. Liesje Coertjens. Her research focuses on the cognitive processing and use of peer feedback by university students. To examine this, she makes use of eye tracking and Cued Retrospective Reporting.