“Great job on that lesson. Keep it up.”
Those may be welcome words to a teacher’s ears, but they’re not going to lead to better instruction or higher student achievement. As observations and evaluations are increasingly recognized as opportunities to encourage educator growth, more and more people are asking the question, “How can we provide our teachers with meaningful, actionable feedback?”
It’s one of the most important questions in education today.
This white paper includes:
· Laying the foundation for effective feedback in your school or district
· Qualities that will make your feedback both meaningful and actionable
· Why a continuous cycle of formative and summative feedback is ideal for supporting growth
· How to give feedback in evaluative, peer-to-peer and coaching scenarios