Feedback

Teaching students how to give, receive, understand and use feedback brilliantly

Increasing the quality and impact of the feedback your students receive

According to researchers such as Dylan Wiliam and John Hattie, feedback can double the rate of progress students make. Yet how many schools are actually achieving these gains? In fact, some feedback can actually have negative effects on student learning! In response to this, we have developed a range of strategies to share with you that will ensure your feedback is effective, personalized, credible, timely, and well used.

Key benefits of choosing feedback as a focus for your PD:

  • Understand why the impact of feedback often isn’t as powerful as expected and what can be done to correct the situation

  • Learn how to expertly use James Nottingham’s Seven Steps to Feedback Success

  • Understand the best routines for maximizing the positive effects of feedback

  • Be able to adapt the use of grading to turn it from a negative effect to a positive effect on student learning

  • Learn how to make best use of taxonomies and metacognitive strategies to develop students’ language of learning

  • Develop routines that will help all students boost their self-assessment capabilities

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