34 thoughts on “Fast Feedback

  1. mrbenney

    A brilliant blog pulling together so many good ideas. I suppose the idea then is that departments use what works for them? This blog has so many good ideas it makes my head hurt (in a good way).
    Damian

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  2. rantish

    This is a fantastic summary of the most creative and useful feedback methods; so timely and with such helpful explanations. I will share this with my colleagues, especially the NQTs I am mentoring. I am very grateful for your work here – a real inspiration. Thanks!

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  3. cottiss77

    A great bank of strategies. I don’t know how you got through them in 7 minutes! The important thing is that, whichever strategy the teacher uses, pupils need to respond to it and close the gap. The strategies can support this but only a whole school culture will ensure it is a success in practice.

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  6. rparker

    This is an excellent summary of feedback methods. Thank you so much! My staff meeting is on feedback tomorrow and this blog post has really helped.

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  16. Alex

    Excellent summary. Is there a way to enlarge these pictures or get them higher quality, I can hardly read some of them and I want to share with my department.

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    1. Belmont Teach Post author

      If you click on each image it will open as a full size image on a separate page. Alternatively you can download the presentation from our External TeachMeets page. I presented it at Monkey See Monkey Do 2.

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  17. Debbie McInerney

    A really interesting article – glad to find all the links to further posts too. Will be really useful in planning our next feedback learning community!

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  18. Miss Super Science

    Reblogged this on Miss Super Science and commented:
    So glad to have found this. We’re already using codes and we are using two books so that any assessed work is kept in one book only, the other is a revision/class note book which is checked for content during progress lessons. I love the peer assessment checklist, so obvious and easy to set up and use.
    I too have seen verbal feedback stamps used but love that students the record the feedback you have and act on it. This is my favourite and will be sharing this with the faculty ASAP. Thank you!

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