Providing Feedback to Students

An earlier post on coaching and teaching was based on an article that examined the difference between the two, with a focus on providing students with feedback. In the article “To Improve Student Performance, Start Thinking Like a Coach,” the author references the work of John Hattie and his assertion that feedback has the greatest impact on student learning.

As a follow-up to that discussion, here is another interesting article by Anne Murphy Paul: “Four Ways to Give Good Feedback.” In her article, Paul outlines four key steps that will help you maximize your feedback so that it is most beneficial for students.

You can find the article here: http://ideas.time.com/2013/03/18/four-ways-to-give-good-feedback/

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