3 Things You Need to Know to Provide Effective Student Feedback
Receiving feedback is a crucial part of the learning process, but often there is a disconnect between the feedback a student receives and what action(s) they are supposed to take because of that feedback.
Hear from Susan M. Brookhart, Ph.D., author of ‘How to Give Effective Feedback to Your Students’, to learn:
- Characteristics of effective feedback and common pitfalls to avoid
- Examples of content-specific feedback across multiple grade levels
- Strategies for adjusting feedback for different learners, including leveraging real-time reports to monitor student progress and inform instruction
“Feedback has no effect in a vacuum; to be powerful in its effect, there must be a learning context to which feedback is addressed.” Haitte and Timperley, 2007
Susan M. Brookhart
Consultant and Author, including the book 'How to Give Effective Feedback to Your Students'