ECS - Module D: The Power of Feedback
Module D: "The Power of Feedback"
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Learn how to effectively use acknowledgment and behavior-specific praise strategies in the classroom to provide feedback to students.
- Understand the power and importance of feedback in a classroom setting.
- Be able to identify and use examples of behavior-specific praise statements.
Understand and apply the power of feedback and acknowledgment in classrooms. Feedback is a .72 as an effective practice (Hattie) and is a High Leverage Practice (#8): Provide positive and constructive feedback to guide students’ learning and behavior.Presentation(s)
Learn effective methods and strategies for correcting student errors both academically and behaviorally.
- Identify and apply effective error correction methods.
Corrective feedback can double the rate of learning (William, 2011) and has an effect size of .79 (Hattie, 2012)
Providing feedback to a group of students can be an effective and efficient classroom strategy.
- Explore examples of how to use effective feedback strategies within the ‘group’ to build community, collaboration, and citizenship!
- Create a school or division coaching plan to support one of the following:
- behavior-specific praise
- error correction
- building community through feedback
- Increases the climate and culture of the class: it’s a team.
- Dispels the notion that every single student has to meet the criteria.
- Allows students who have difficulty meeting expectations to participate and experience success.