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Transcript of FeedBack
Teachers will be successful when they are able to identify an appropriate feedback strategy to incorporate into their daily practice. Short Term Goal: Long Term Goal: Northern Metropolitan Region - Introduces:
Curiosity & Powerful Learning In your PLT - identify one feedback
strategy your team will use daily
and be consistent with it! To embed a feedback strategy in your daily teaching! Four Whole School Theories of Action * Prioritise High Expectations & Authentic Relationships
* Emphasise Enquiry Focused Teaching
* Adopt Consistent Teaching Protocols
* Adopt Consistent Learning Protocols Six Theories of Action for the Teacher * Harness Learning Intentions, Narrative & Pace
* Set Challenging Learning Tasks
* Frame Higher Order Questions
* Connect Feedback to Data
* Commit to Assessment for Learning
* Implement Cooperative Groups Wordle Activities Connect Feedback to Data
Theory of Action for Teachers If we connect feedback to data about student actions
and performance, then behaviour will be more positive, progress
will accelerate, and curiosity will be enhanced. Connect Feedback to Data Theory of Action for Teachers If we connect feedback to data about student actions and performance, then behaviour will be more positive, progress will accelerate, and curiosity will be enhanced. Connect Feedback to Data Theory of Action for Teachers We believe that feedback based in evidence supports our students to develop independence as learners. It directs and focuses their learning. Feedback magnifies the application of our teaching expertise. What
feedback? Discuss!! Feedback Strategies for Today Prep - Cups!!!
Grade 1 & 2 - Happy/Sad Face
Grade 3 - Green and Red Squares
Grade 4 & 5 Padlet
Grade 6 - Thumbs Up/Down Professional Reading: Staff to gather in their PLT's to read and discuss handouts. Specific Requirements:
1. Read handouts
2. Discuss & Summarise
3. Report back to designated team. Preps & 6 Grade 1 & 5 Grade 2 & 4 Grade 3 & Specialists Prompts To Ponder http://www.wordle.net/delete?index=6397342&d=IBIB
http://www.wordle.net/delete?index=6397366&d=ACQY Feedback on Learning
Dylan Wiliam Feedback on learning - Dylan Wiliam - Journey To Excellence http://www.journeytoexcellence.org.uk/videos/expertspeakers/feedbackonlearningdylanwiliam.asp Introduction: AiZ Mathematics Feedback should promote thinking! Dylan Wiliam Kluger and DeNisi (1996) found that one-third of the studies showed negative effects - feedback about performance actually harmed learning outcomes.... positive outcomes were more likely when feedback focused on features of the task - such as how the student could improve in relation to the standards - and emphasised learning goals instead of lavishing non-specific praise or making normative comparisons. A major role for teachers in the learning process is to provide the kind of feedback to students that encourages their learning and provides signposts and directions along the way, bringing them closer to independence.
Earl (2003) Praise addressed to students is unlikely to be effective, because it carries little information that provides answers to any of the three questions: Where am I going? How am I going? and Where to next?, and too often deflects attention from the task. Hattie & Timperley (2007) Quote Quote Feedback from student to teacher / teacher to student! Quote Bibliography Assessment for Learning Video Series
Descriptive Feedback - Quotes
Hattie, John & Timperley, Helen The Power of Feedback
Review of Educational Research 2007 77:81
Northern Metropolitan Region School Improvement Strategy
Curiosity and Powerful Learning
Office of Learning and Teaching, DE&T
Identifying Effective Feedback Practices
Wiliam, Dylan Embedded formative assessment
Bloomington IN 2011 Thank You Special thanks to our ICT boys who gave me PD with the use of Prezi All documentation from the
Feedback Professional Development Presentation can be located on
Staff Drive/Curriculum Day/Staff Development Sessions/Feedback 2013/Feedback Now for YOUR feedback! What feedback can you give Jane and myself? Your honesty is what we need!