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Challenging Learning Through Feedback : How to Get the Type, Tone and Quality of Feedback Right Every Time - James Nottingham

Challenging Learning Through Feedback

How to Get the Type, Tone and Quality of Feedback Right Every Time

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Using feedback to enhance learning 

Feedback has the potential to dramatically improve student learning – if done correctly. In fact, providing high quality feedback is one of the most critical roles of a teacher. Challenging Learning Through Feedback provides educators with the tools they need to craft high quality feedback and avoid common mistakes. Readers will learn

  • How to know when feedback is (and isn’t) working
  • How to design feedback so that it answers three essential questions
  • Practical strategies for crafting Learning Intentions and Success Criteria
  • Strategies, templates, and rubrics for providing feedback
  • How to teach students to give high quality feedback to themselves and others

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"This book is an accessible and comprehensive guide - one that provides the whole picture when it comes to offering quality feedback to deepen student learning. Each chapter ends with questions that inspired me to reflect and take a hard look at where I am in my feedback journey. Busy instructional leaders will appreciate the organizational structure of the book as well as the clear definitions and practical examples that can used to help teachers envision the ideas into practice."

List of Figures
The Challenging Learning Story
Foreword by Larry Ainsworth
About the Authors
The Language of Learning
Chapter 1: Setting the Scene
1.0 Why Read Yet Another Book About Feedback?
1.1 What Is Feedback?
1.2 Assessment: To Sit Beside
1.3 Four Levels of Feedback
1.4 Matching Feedback to Levels of Understanding (Using the SOLO Taxonomy)
1.5 Praise vs. Feedback
1.6 Does Grading Count as Feedback?
1.7 Other Types of Feedback
1.8 Review
1.9 Next Steps
Chapter 2: Current Reality
2.0 What Is Your Feedback Like Now?
2.1 Characteristics of Excellent Feedback
2.2 Corrective, Component and Comprehensive Feedback
2.3 Extending Feedback
2.4 Review
2.5 Next Steps
Chapter 3: Creating a Culture for Feedback
3.0 Feedback Utopia
3.1 Ten Ways to Build Toward Feedback Utopia
3.2 Review
3.3 Next Steps
Chapter 4: Goals Before Feedback
4.0 Feedback Should Refer to Learning Goals
4.1 Long-Term and Short-Term Goals
4.2 Learning Intentions (LI) and Success Criteria (SC)
4.3 How to Design Effective LI and SC
4.4 Example LI and SC to Use With Five- to Eleven-Year-Olds
4.5 Example LI and SC to Use With Eleven- to Eighteen-Year-Olds
4.6 Learning Goals for Working Together
4.7 Review
4.8 Next Steps
Chapter 5: Taxonomies to Support Goal Setting
5.0 Learning How to Learn
5.1 Using Taxonomies Wisely
5.2 Bloom's Taxonomy (and Beyond)
5.3 The EDUCERE Taxonomy of Thinking Skills
5.4 The ASK Model
5.5 Footnote to Taxonomies: Beware!
5.6 Review
5.7 Next Steps
Chapter 6: Feedback and the SOLO Taxonomy
6.0 The SOLO Taxonomy
6.1 How the SOLO Taxonomy Relates to the Learning Challenge
6.2 How the SOLO Taxonomy Relates to Feedback
6.3 How the SOLO Taxonomy Relates to Learning
6.4 The SOLO Treehouse
6.5 Review
6.6 Next Steps
Chapter 7: Seven Steps to Feedback
7.0 Background
7.1 Using the Seven Steps to Feedback
7.2 The Seven Steps to Feedback: Some Final Thoughts
7.3 But There's No Time!
7.4 Review
7.5 Next Steps
Chapter 8: Tools for Feedback
8.0 Using the Learning Challenge to Generate Feedback Questions
8.1 Learning Challenge Feedback Questions: Stage 1
8.2 Learning Challenge Feedback Questions: Stage 2
8.3 Learning Challenge Feedback Questions: Stage 3
8.4 Learning Challenge Feedback Questions: Stage 4
8.5 Learning Detectives
8.6 Examples of Clues for Learning Detectives to Search For
8.7 Review
8.8 Next Steps and Further Reading
Repertoire and Judgment Notes

ISBN: 9781506376455
ISBN-10: 1506376452
Series: Corwin Teaching Essentials
Audience: Professional
Format: ePUB
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 184
Published: 20th January 2017
Publisher: SAGE Publications
Edition Number: 1

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