Just-in-Time Feedback

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Teachers at Monsignor Fee Otterson School highlight the benefits of providing students with just-in-time oral feedback.

Key Points

  • Quality feedback, provided while work is in progress, is more useful than waiting until the work is done.
  • Timely feedback helps support students in determining next steps in their learning.
  • Conferencing also provides feedback to the teacher to inform and shape future instruction.

Discussion Question

  • How can classrooms be structured to allow for opportunities for timely one-on-one feedback?

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