Unlocking the evidence: Developing effective feedback in the Primary and Secondary classroomTraining

Date: 1 July 2021  Time: 16:00 - 17:00

This is a Research Led Sheffield event. 

This twilight session is based on the evidence supporting the use of feedback in the primary and secondary classroom. The impending Guidance Report from the EEF shows that strong potential learning gains can be achieved when we embed feedback effectively into our classrooms. However the evidence can sometimes be confusing and therefore it’s important to understand both the potential benefits and the possible limitations of feedback as a teaching and learning approach to support your students. During this session we will explore the benefits of embedding feedback successfully in your teaching and we will support you with a range of classroom strategies to focus beyond the session. Facilitator: Stephen Foreman.

 

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