The Feedback Process: Transforming Feedback for Professional Learning
The Feedback Process: Transforming Feedback for Professional Learning gives an insightful treatment of the power of learner-focused feedback to improve professional learning and practice. Multiple tools and templates, contextual examples, and end-of-chapter questions let learners balance provocative ideas with practical approaches to providing and using feedback.
Using this timely resource, teachers, coaches, staff developers, and administrators will be able to:
- Develop an understanding of the rationale for and definition of the learner-focused feedback process;
- Identify components of effective, learner-focused feedback processes and the conditions needed to support such processes;
- Examine examples of types of feedback based on their contexts and purposes
- Consider how to use data and evidence in the feedback process; and
- Enhance professional learning and improve practice by applying the feedback process.
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Chapter 1: "Feedback fundamentals"
Explores rationale of the feedback process. In this chapter, readers will find common misconceptions of feedback and definitions of key terms that are associated with the view of feedback presented in this book.
Tool: Attributes of an effective feedback process
The attributes of an effective feedback process are based on the premise that the feedback process generates learning that leads to change in practice. (Tool published in JSD; members only.)
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