Feedback can dramatically improve student learning – if done correctly. Giving high-quality feedback is one of the most vital roles of a teacher. But if the feedback is not done accurately it can have a slight – or even negative effect – on learning. Challenging Learning Through Feedback (PDF) provides teachers with the tools they need to determine clear learning intentions and success criteria to build high-quality feedback and avoid common feedback mistakes. Readers will learn
- When feedback is (and isn’t) effective
- How to craft feedback so that it answers three crucial questions
- Strategies for constructing clear Learning Intentions and Success Criteria
- How to teach learners to give high-quality feedback to themselves and others
Written by educational innovators Jill Nottingham and James Nottingham, this ebook is full of particular examples for educators who want to comprehend the qualities of outstanding feedback and how to craft it.
“This ebook is a must-have for teachers. It’s easy-to-implement and easy-to-read. Feedback given at the right time and in the right manner improves student motivation and learning outcome. It is applicable for all grade levels.” — Joyce Sager, Reading Teacher for Dyslexic High School Student
“This was a thought activating read and one I will recommend over and over again. The authors have created a comprehensive reference for all teachers working to make their feedback influence learning, not only student learning but their own. It will be a vital reference for educators for years to come. I think that this goes beyond classroom walls and will also help overseers model feedback for teachers and make an influence on the growth of student achievement.” — Katina Keener, Elementary Principal
“This is a well-timed, well-researched, practical view into the teachers’ view of Visible Learning and all this study can do to advance learning for all students. Written in an example-filled, engaging, and light humorous style, it gives the reader some practical examples of formative assessment strategies, precision about learning intentions and success criteria, the spirit of good lesson design. It’s what we have been anticipating to make Visible Learning come alive for our teachers in the classroom.” — Ainsley B Rose, Corwin Consultant
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