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How To Give Effective Feedback To Your Students

Effective Feedback presentation for Faculty Meeting
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Roxanne Anderson

on 17 December 2010

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Transcript of How To Give Effective Feedback To Your Students

How To Give Effective Feedback
to Your Students

by
Susan M. Brookhart
Feedback Stategies
Timing
Amount
Mode
Audience

Describe, don't judge!!
Feedback Content
Focus
Comparison
Function
Valence
Clarity
Specificity
Tone
Comments
NOT
Grades
Returning tests
and assignments
promptly
Select two
or three main
points for
comment
Base on learning targets
Written, oral or demonstrations?
Individual
or
Group?
Can be about the
task
processing of the task
self-regulation
self as a person
Norm-referenced
vs.
Criterion-referenced
Build
Self-Efficacy
and
Self regulation
Written Feedback
Directly on Work (in margins)
or
Annotations on rubrics
Formative
or
Summative?
At the student's desk, quietly
At the teachers desk
Out of class conference
Self Assessment Skills
Kid Friendly Rubrics
Peer Assessments
Provide Opportunities
To Use Feedback
Feedback: An Overview
Types of Feedback
and their Purposes

How to Give Effective
Written Feedback

How to Give Effective Oral Feedback
How to Help Students Use Feedback
Content Specific Suggestions for Feedback
Adjusting Feedback for Different Types of Learners
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