Effective feedback can help your students achieve better results in school. However, some forms of feedback are far more powerful than others. And, research shows that if you give feedback the wrong way it can actually have a negative impact on results. That is why you need to know how to give feedback to students.
Giving Students Effective Feedback Boosts Their Results
Feedback is a high impact teaching strategy. When done well, research1Download the list of Meta-Analytic Research on the Impact of Feedback shows that providing your students with feedback boosts their results by 27 percentile points. Put another way, by providing regular feedback and doing it well, you can move a child from a C to a B+. However, to achieve this, you need to know how to give feedback to your students.
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What Others Have Said About How to Give Feedback
An amazing resource for teachers. It unpacks the complexities of feedback in ways that offer superb guidance for teachers at any age and stage in our education system.
Helen Timperly PhDFeedback Guru & Professor at the University of Auckland
A refreshing and practical read that will be great PD for all teachers.
John Ballinger OchesPrincipal at St Anne’s
An easy read for busy educators based on proven pedagogical practice.
Janet HayesClassroom Teacher at Cartwright Public School
Great resource for all educators. Feedback is critical, and this is a great guide.
Dr. Susan S. Fairchild, EdDAPRN
Gives you the shared wisdom of many experts on feedback all in one short, easy-to-read guidebook.
Anastazija AvsecHead Teacher
Improve your students’ results. Learning how to provide effective feedback today!
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