Feedback to Improve Learning

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An art teacher at Harry Ainlay High School in Edmonton helps her students see value in the feedback process.

Key Points

  • Feedback provided during the learning process gives students time to make changes and improvements before completing a project.
  • Feedback gives students opportunity to ‘push’ others and themselves forward with their learning.
  • Self-reflection is an essential component of the feedback process.
  • The teacher works to create a safe environment where peer feedback and self-reflection can flourish.

Discussion Question

  • How can self-reflection, and peer and teacher feedback, become a regular part of our classroom assessment practice?

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