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Parent focus session 3pptx

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  • 1. Parent Focus Session 3 Feedback
  • 2. Provocation Video: How …? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zfm0Ic6Z-84
  • 3. What did you see? What did you think? What did you wonder? Share
  • 4. Feedback V Praise Hattie and Timperley (2007) PRAISE ‘This type of feedback is rarely converted into increased engagement, commitment to learning, enhanced self-perceptions or deeper understanding about the task.’ FEEDBACK Feedback is effective when it is connected to learning and skill development.
  • 5. Feedback PURPOSE To reduce discrepancies between current understanding / performance and desired goal.
  • 6. The discrepancies can be reduced by… Students: • Increased effort & employment of more effective strategies OR • Abandoning, blurring or lowering goals. Teachers: Providing appropriate challenging & specific goals. Assisting students to reach them through effective learning strategies & feedback.
  • 7. Effective feedback answers 3 questions. Where am I going? (goals) Feed Up How am I going? Feed Back Where to next? Feed Forward
  • 8. Each feedback question works at 4 levels. TASK LEVEL: How well the tasks are understood / performed. PROCESS LEVEL: The main process needed to understand / perform tasks. SELF-REGULATION LEVEL: Self monitoring, directing, and regulating of actions SELF LEVEL: Personal evaluation and affect (usually positive) about the lesson.
  • 9. Powerful Questions Promote reflection Stimulate thinking Elicit ideas Explore possibilities Encourage brainstorming
  • 10. Role Play Scenario: Helping your child complete a homework task.
  • 11. Think Pair Share
  • 12. Reflection: I used to think … Now I think …