Effective feedback to maximise progress
09:30 on 1 March 2019–15:00 on 3 May 2019
Feedback has real potential to improve rates of student progress. However, designing effective feedback approaches is challenging and can run the risk of creating excessive teacher workload.
This three day course has been designed to provide delegates with the latest research into effective feedback and clear strategies to apply in their own classrooms. We will explore:
- The most effective ways to provide feedback to our students, based on the research evidence
- How to empower students to act on the feedback they receive
- Sustainable and effective feedback strategies to reduce teacher workload
- Feedback policies that are motivating, manageable and meaningful.
Previous delegates on this course have said:
“An excellent three day course – well presented, great speakers and plenty of food for thought!”
“A varied discussion of different feedback strategies and the research underpinning them. This has enabled me to critically reflect on my own practice.”
“A very carefully planned, thoughtful and meaningful course.”
To download a copy of our poster click here.
Aimed at: Teachers, middle leaders and senior leaders from secondary schools.
Featuring: Dr Caroline Creaby, Kate Mouncey & Karen Roskilly – Sandringham Research School.
Dates & Time: Friday 1st March, Tuesday 26th March & Friday 3rd May 2019, 9.30 – 3.00pm.
Venue: Sandringham School, The Ridgeway, St Albans. AL4 9NX.
Cost: £295 per person including all resources and refreshments.
Booking: click here to book your place.
Posted on 26 June 2018
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD
Tags: A Marked Improvement, Dylan Wiliam, EEF, feedback