Feedback FOR Learning

Cam is interested in your feedback particularly around where you can see feedback being useful in your classroom.  What can you take away from this session today and put into practice.  You can email him directly or you can reply to this post.  I liked this slide and it’s implications:

Feedback

c.brooks@uq.edu.au

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  1. I liked the suggestion to use language straight from the judgement guides when directing students to where they are heading with a task. However, if it’s ok to use technical language with the children, why then do we over-simplify the language we use in report cards written for the adults? There is a disparity. Maybe the judgement guides need simplification.

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