Characteristics of Effective Feedback
It’s not the providing of feedback, but students’ use of it that makes feedback effective. In this edWeb webinar Susan M. Brookhart, PhD and consultant for Brookhart Enterprises LLC shared with attendees the characteristics of feedback that is most likely to be useful to students. She showed educators how to examine feedback episodes for evidence of learning and how to couple each feedback episode with an immediate opportunity for students to use the information. The webinar was part one of a two-part series hosted by edWeb’s Assessment for Learning community that gave educators a framework for evaluating how feedback is given and how it is used.
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Assessment for Learning is a professional learning community (PLC) that provides ideas and resources for teachers to help them with instruction and real-time, formative assessment. The best practices, which are researched-based and relatively easy to introduce into the classroom, can have a tremendous impact on student achievement. This program is sponsored by Triumph Learning.
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I enjoying watching the characteristics of effective feedback. I can assess my students by looking where they are going, where they are now and how to close the missing gap. Thanks very much to Susan for the wonderful Presentation. I am a teacher at TJJD in Gainesville Texas . Hope to listen to Part 2.