Edutopia article on impact of Feedback

March 15, 2017 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

M. Stenger has posted an article on Edutopia titled Maximizing Your Feedback’s Impact. She offers 4 tips:

  1. Understand the Barriers to Strong Engagement With Feedback
  2. Help Students Develop the Skills to Use Feedback Well
  3. Provide Students Opportunities to Implement Feedback
  4. Help Students See That Improvement Is Achievable

The Professional Library can provide TDSB teachers with lots of resources on the topic of feedback. Here are some new book titles:

Books can be reserved through the catalogue or contact us at (416) 395-8289 or 

Check ’em out! Rowan


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