Teachers are constantly giving their students feedback. The problem is that students are often telling us that they aren’t receiving feedback, and if they aren’t receiving feedback they cannot use it or act on it. So how can we improve both the feedback that we give and the capacity of our learners to receive and act upon feedback?
In this interview, Luke Mandouit from the University of Melbourne discussed effective classroom feedback practices with Dr Cam Brooks from the University of Queensland.
The Science of Learning Partnership Initiative brings together leading education experts with school communities in metropolitan, regional, and rural areas, to translate and disseminate proven learning science research into pedagogical practice.