Effective feedback to maximise progress
09:00 on 2 February 2018–15:00 on 24 April 2018
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 approaches, opportunities to observe feedback in the classroom and strategies to apply in their own classrooms. The course will also address how to sustain effective feedback over time and opportunities to reflect on effective feedback policies.
Day One: Effective feedback within a lesson – Friday 2nd February 2018
- Understand the key research on assessment and feedback
- Explore the most effective strategies for self, peer and teacher feedback
- Visit lessons to see assessment and feedback in action
- Leave with evidence-based strategies to apply in your classroom
Day Two: Embedding effective feedback over time – Tuesday 27th March 2018
- Design feedback strategies to meet the needs of your students and the new curriculum
- Empower students to act on feedback
- Observation and Q&A with middle leaders
- Leave with strategies to embed effective assessment and feedback
Day Three: Sustaining effective feedback for long term impact – Tuesday 24th April 2018
- Create a new feedback policy that is effective and kind to your workload
- Measure the impact of assessment and feedback strategies
- Q&A with research experts
- Leave with sustainable and effective strategies to cut teacher workload
This course will be particularly helpful for teachers, Heads of Department and school leaders.
The cost of the course is £295+VAT and will be hosted at Sandringham School.
To download a course flyer, click here: Effective feedback to maximise progress8 November 2017
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Tags: A Marked Improvement, feedback, Marking, Peer assessment, Self assessment