Receiving good, actionable feedback is an integral part of learning. But how can we provide the right kind of feedback?
The following resources represent a range of modern approaches for providing effective feedback in the classroom.
This video, produced by AITSL, describes what effective feedback is. Topics covered include:
AITSL provides an extensive set of resources on improving Feedback Practices in the classroom. These can be found at (https://www.aitsl.edu.au/teach/improve-practice/feedback). This resources includes:
This video describes how the Peer Question Suggestion Protocol was implemented in a New York school. This protocol supports students in giving and receiving feedback to their peers. It supports collaborative skills and teaches students to articulate their thinking to other students in effective ways.
Teaching students how to provide and receive feedback in a constructive and positive manner, an example from the Presumpscot Elementary School in Portland, Maine, USA.
The Science of Learning Partnership Schools Initiative connects research and practice, to enhance educational outcomes in Victorian Schools.
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