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Thanks for the Feedback

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Katie Novak

on 13 October 2016

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Transcript of Thanks for the Feedback

Look in the mirror

Imagine your learners as an honest mirror for you as you try to improve your practice.

Think about an aspect of your work where you want honest feedback. Be brave - ask for that feedback from your mirrors.

Mirrors, however, must carefully construct feedback so good intentions do not have a negative impact - mastery-oriented feedback must be taught.
Your Mirror
How to get things back on track:
Activate background knowledge: What happened?
Highlight patterns: What are the two issues?
Guide information processing: Facilitate both discussion
Maximize generalization and transfer: What can we learn from this?

Think of a recurrent argument within your staff, your school, department, or in your classroom and use the signposting template:

"I see two related but separate topics for us to discuss. They are both important. Let's discuss each topic fully but separately, giving each topic its own track. After we discuss the first topic, we'll swing back and discuss the second one."

Let's Apply This!
The Switchtrack (swift reversal)
Sometimes, when we receive feedback, our relationship triggers are activated because of (1) what we think about the giver and (2) how the giver treats us.

Thanks for the Feedback:
The UDL Way

Review Multiple Means of Representation
Using the template and multiple means of representation, choose one of the following ways to apply.
Jot down notes to prepare for this conversation with a colleague or your class.
Create a role-play of the two sides talking in circles so you can better understand both sides.
Draw the two tracks and using integrated thinking, write the merits of both arguments and what both sides are worried about before you plan for your conversation.
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