Most of us teachers frequently find ourselves spending way too much time on pointless things. It is a little surprising then that the work remains on the pending list, yet we feel burned out.
If good feedback is one of the most effective ways of improving learning outcomes, focusing on its characteristics seems to be a good idea! Here’s a good video with that thought in mind: What I personally found most poignant was the reminder that we should be using “I” statements. I think it’s easy to fall […]
A great video with key points outlining the difference between descriptive and evaluative feedback, as well as formative vs. summative assessments. If you haven’t already, check out Chronicle to see how it can help you better implement these best practices. Use Chronicle’s powerful note-taking capabilities as a tool for providing and following up on descriptive […]