Presented by: Greg Mitchell
Event Information: 6 PD Hours
Teaching your school how to give AND receive feedback.
Learning how to give feedback can really improve school performance, but if the receiver isn’t willing or able to absorb the feedback, then there’s only so far persistence or even skilful delivery can go.
This workshop teaches you how to deliver three different types of feedback and prepare those for who you are going to deliver it to.
Being good at receiving feedback is a key indicator in performance improvement. Feedback-seeking behaviour has been linked to higher job satisfaction, greater creativity on the job, faster adaptation in a new organisational or role and lower turnover.
Every teacher needs to know this! Yet most teachers avoid feedback like the plague and have the ability to turn a simple observation about their class into a signal of an oncoming apocalypse!
This workshop helps you identify the three types of triggers that distort feedback.
- Truth triggers
- Relationship triggers and
- Identity triggers
You will learn how to anticipate the response to the feedback and find the best way to deliver much needed information in the best way possible. It will also help you to deliver feedback in three different forms with much more clarity, precision and effect.
- Coaching and
This is a fascinating workshop for any school wishing to build better staff relationships and higher performance.
Friday 15th November, 2019
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
Venue to be advised,
Target Audience: Secondary Teachers.
|$279.00 + GST|
About the Presenter
Greg Mitchell has taught every year level from year one to year twelve in his teaching career and has a wealth of teaching insights, ploys, methods and resources to share on teaching and learning. He now does teaching demonstrations with classrooms throughout Australia. His aim is to demonstrate to both teachers and students how it is possible to engage everyone in learning by using a mixture of planning, resources, tactics, skills and strategies.
Greg suffers from enthusiasm and a great desire to share all of his resources with as many teachers as he can.