Effective feedback techniques and practices

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
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In this seven-part series for SecEd, Matt Bromley looked at effective feedback techniques and practices, examining the evidence of what works, looking at classroom practices, whole-school marking policies and focusing on how we can make feedback effective while protecting teacher workload levels.

The series – published in May and June 2018 – includes seven articles and focused on:

  • Making marking meaningful, manageable and motivating.
  • The evidence of what works
  • The three questions and four levels of effective feedback
  • Developing an effective school assessment policy.
  • Engaging pupils with their assessment feedback.
  • The ‘when’ and the ‘how’ of feedback.
  • Putting evidence into practice.

You can download a free pdf of all seven articles by clicking the link above.


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