Using Feedback and Learning Targets to Improve Student Learning
Presented by: Pam Burton
Event Information: 6 PD Hours
‘Feedback is probably the best-tested principle in psychology. [It is] ... most effective when it is timely, perceived as relevant, meaningful and encouraging, and offers suggestions for improvement that are within a student’s grasp.’ Brown, Bull, & Pendlebury
This workshop will provide evidence-based research and practical strategies to enable participants to establish relevant, student focused learning targets and use a variety of effective learning focused feedback strategies.
- Use Achievement Standards to develop learning targets that are appropriate for the range of learners in their classrooms.
- Develop strategies that enable all students to identify, monitor and assess their progress.
- Explore evidence-based research that identifies the most effective approaches that teachers can use to give feedback to students.
- Consider the most effective ways for teachers to provide oral feedback.
- Identify the three types of written feedback prompts that can be used to help students understand what is needed for improvement.
- Review effective peer feedback strategies.
- Investigate resources that can be used to provide feedback that moves learning forward.
Thursday 16th May, 2019
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
Batmans Hill on Collins
629 Collins Street,
Target Audience: All Primary & Secondary Teachers.
|$279.00 + GST|