Whole-Class Feedback: What does it look like? Pt 2

Part 2 of 2 from Mrs Martin on Whole-Class Feedback. If you haven’t read the first part of this blog then you can access it here

Feedback doesn’t have to take the form of a set proforma for every task. The right approach for the work you have set must come from responding to the outcomes. Working remotely is definitely different, but in many ways the process of how we respond to learning (or misunderstanding!) should remain the same.

This second blog aims to look at some other methods that might be more appropriate to different circumstances, and different contexts:

  • Whole Class Feedback Proformas
  • Annotated Examples- Pupils’ work
  • Teacher modelling or Providing Correct Answers
  • Strategies for Sixth Form

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Whole-Class Feedback: What does it look like?

A blog from Mrs Martin with some more examples of whole-class feedback.

Following on from last week’s training, I wanted to share some examples that demonstrate how whole class feedback might like look in different formats. This first blog will focus on the first two categories from below:

  • Whole Class Feedback Proformas
  • Annotated Examples- Pupils work
  • Teacher modelling or Providing Correct Answers
  • Use of Auto-marking Quizzes

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