his video looks at two core ideas for school improvement. 1. How teachers can use peer feedback to improve instruction. 2. The benefits of having a common understanding of progression. Feedback is great, but change is what is most important. What ways can you ensure that you change your practice after receiving feedback?
Creating a culture of feedback in your classroom is important for student growth. How would you feel if students provided feedback on your lessons? What structures would you put in place to ensure that they provided constructive feedback? https://www.edutopia.org/blog/providing-feedback-as-formative-assessment-troy-hicks
We know that when students reflect on their own learning they are developing their metacognition and are more likely to gain a sense empowerment as they see their learning gains as within their control. https://www.nwea.org/blog/2015/the-importance-of-student-self-assessment/ After the Staff Development Day how have you implemented reflection strategies in your classroom and have you noticed a difference in learning gains?