Effective feedback is KEY to moving students forward, but how what does it actually mean to give good feedback? What does it look like? How can you tell if it’s working? Simply correcting students won’t lead to improved student outcomes, so here are five steps to up your feedback game.
In Part 4 of this 4-part series on feedback, I discuss how to best give feedback so that your students act on it and improve.
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If you missed the first three parts of this series:
TnT 47: How to get truly helpful feedback to inform your teaching
TnT 48: Student feedback can completely change your teaching
TnT 49 Why you might be wasting that valuable feedback
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I really enjoyed this podcast. I would personally say that the tips I use in my professional work space are:
– Be as specific as possible
– Try to give immediate feedback
– Use the Feedback Sandwich to ensure positivity
– Involve students by including them in feedback activities
Lastly, what is your opinion on inviting the students to give us feedback? I believe that feedback goes both ways and as teachers it will help us improve our skills.
These are really great tips, Tamara!
Episode 48 of the podcast actually goes into the value of student feedback, so I definitely agree with you that it can help us improve our skills.