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The Impact of Teacher Feedback

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A teacher at St. Jean Brebeuf School in Calgary structures her classes so that she has many opportunities to provide feedback to her students.

Key Points

  • Feedback related to specific learning goals is most effective while learning is occurring.
  • Teachers also benefit from feedback they receive during conversations with students.
  • Teachers need to plan time to give immediate, personal oral feedback.

Discussion Question

  • Where could you insert a feedback opportunity within an upcoming student assignment? What additional planning might be needed to ensure this is an effective use of time?

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