Do you want to help your students do better at school? If so, try giving your students some effective feedback about their work. Feedback is a high impact teaching strategy. Learn more in this student feedback infographic.
If you give your students quality feedback, they will achieve better results. Yet:
Below, you will find a student feedback infographic summarizing what we know about this potentially powerful teaching strategy. It summarises our more comprehensive eBook on the topic.
The Student Feedback Infographic
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Want to Know More About How to Give Students Feedback?
I created the student feedback infographic to summarise what we know about why, how and when to use feedback effectively. It explains:
If you found it useful, you can learn far more by downloading our FREE eBook, How to Give Feedback to Students.
Research Behind the Infographic & Book
For those interested in the research supporting the feedback infographic see:
A selective synthesis of the experimental literature on dynamic assessment.
Instructional effects of cues, participation, and corrective feedback: A quantitative synthesis.
Oral feedback in classroom SLA: A meta-analysis.
The effectiveness of corrective feedback: A meta-analysis.
The effects of feedback interventions on performance: A historical review, a meta-analysis, and a preliminary feedback intervention theory.
The value of feedback and goal setting over goal setting alone and potential moderators of this effect: A meta-analysis.
For Ideas Behind the Feedback Infographic See Also
Classroom Instruction That Works by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Feedback: The Communication of Praise, Criticism & Advice by Robbie Sutton, Matthew Hornsey & Karen Douglas
The International Guide to Student Achievement by John Hattie & Eric Anderman.
Visible Learning by John Hattie.
When students receive effective feedback they are likely to learn and improve more than students who don’t. Giving feedback is a high-impact strategy!
There are 3 types of effective feedback:
- Basic feedback
- Instructional feedback
- Coaching feedback