- Strategies to uplift and encourage students to persevere in their work.
- How to formulate and deliver feedback that both assesses learning and extends instruction.
- When and how to use oral, written, and visual as well as individual, group, or whole-class feedback.
- A concise and updated overview of the research findings on feedback and how they apply to today's classrooms.
In addition, the book is replete with examples of good and bad feedback as well as rubrics that you can use to construct feedback tailored to different learners, including successful students, struggling students, and English language learners.
The vast majority of students will respond positively to feedback that shows you care about them and their learning. Whether you teach young students or teens, this book is an invaluable resource for guaranteeing that the feedback you give students is engaging, informative, and, above all, effective.
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Table of Contents
1. Feedback: An Overview
2. Feedback: The Micro ViewCharacteristics of the Feedback Message
3. Feedback: The Micro ViewWritten Feedback
4. Feedback: The Micro ViewOral Feedback
5. Feedback: The Snapshot ViewFeedback as an Episode of Learning
6. Feedback: The Long ViewDoes Feedback Improve Learning?
7. Content-Specific Suggestions for Feedback
8. Adjusting Feedback for Different Learners
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