Observations and evaluations are increasingly recognized as opportunities to encourage educator growth. But it’s not the classroom walkthrough itself that supports professional growth — it’s the feedback shared afterward.
But here’s an uncomfortable truth: not all feedback is helpful.
“Keep it up!”
While these may be welcome words to a teacher’s ears, they’re not going to lead to better instruction or higher student achievement. So how can you provide teachers with meaningful, actionable feedback?
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How to lay the foundation for effective feedback in your school or district
Which qualities will make your feedback both meaningful and actionable
Why a continuous cycle of formative and summative feedback is ideal for supporting growth
How to give feedback in evaluative, peer-to-peer and coaching scenarios
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