A Process for
Giving Feedback
Deirdre Bonnycastle
Pharmacy
June 2014
o Explain formative assessments role in
learning
o Identify the stage of the Learning Cycle the
student is in
o Use a proc...
What is Learning?
Empty Vessel
vs
Deliberate Practice
http://youtu.be/hqh1MRWZjms
1. Address problems at the upper level of their
ability
2. Develop a livelong habit of self monitoring
(seek out blind spo...
Assessment & Learning
Formative Assessment
“Feedback”
Deliberate Practice
Summative Assessment
“Competence”
I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my
career. I’ve lost over 300 games. I’ve failed
over and over in my life and that’s ...
Prerequisite Knowledge:
Learning Cycle
Stage Need Your Role
Unconsciously
Incompetent
Awareness Role Model
Consciously
Incompetent
Information Teacher
Consciousl...
Questions?
Feedback Example #1
http://www.medicine.usask.ca/tips/giving_
feedback.php
Go to
www.govote.at
and enter
60 32 37
to vote
Quiz
https://www.menti
meter.com/s/047042
caf7339d8e9292818
095e44591/e596a...
http://www.practicaldoc.ca/teaching/practical-
prof/observation-feedback/giving-feedback/
Feedback Example #2
1. Ask student what they would like feedback
on (student centered)
2. Ask student what went well
3. Provide positive feedb...
1. Ask student what they might do differently
next time
2. Give Change feedback
3. Plan
Process cont.
o T imely
o H elpful
o A ppropriate
o N ever labeling, demoralizing, shouted
o C ollaborative and culturally sensitive
o S...
STAGE Plan
Unconsciously Incompetent
No Idea
Watch video of themselves
Watch video of others
Ask for help from College
Con...
Thank You
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Giving Feedback

  1. 1. A Process for Giving Feedback Deirdre Bonnycastle Pharmacy June 2014
  2. 2. o Explain formative assessments role in learning o Identify the stage of the Learning Cycle the student is in o Use a process of feedback. Objectives
  3. 3. What is Learning? Empty Vessel vs Deliberate Practice http://youtu.be/hqh1MRWZjms
  4. 4. 1. Address problems at the upper level of their ability 2. Develop a livelong habit of self monitoring (seek out blind spots) 3. Repeat tasks to improve performance Deliberate Practice
  5. 5. Assessment & Learning Formative Assessment “Feedback” Deliberate Practice Summative Assessment “Competence”
  6. 6. I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I’ve lost over 300 games. I’ve failed over and over in my life and that’s why I’M A SUCCESS. -Michael Jordan Importance of Practice
  7. 7. Prerequisite Knowledge: Learning Cycle
  8. 8. Stage Need Your Role Unconsciously Incompetent Awareness Role Model Consciously Incompetent Information Teacher Consciously Competent Guided Practice Supervisor Unconsciously Competent New Challenges Mentor Learning Cycle
  9. 9. Questions?
  10. 10. Feedback Example #1 http://www.medicine.usask.ca/tips/giving_ feedback.php
  11. 11. Go to www.govote.at and enter 60 32 37 to vote Quiz https://www.menti meter.com/s/047042 caf7339d8e9292818 095e44591/e596a44 2c1c8
  12. 12. http://www.practicaldoc.ca/teaching/practical- prof/observation-feedback/giving-feedback/ Feedback Example #2
  13. 13. 1. Ask student what they would like feedback on (student centered) 2. Ask student what went well 3. Provide positive feedback Process
  14. 14. 1. Ask student what they might do differently next time 2. Give Change feedback 3. Plan Process cont.
  15. 15. o T imely o H elpful o A ppropriate o N ever labeling, demoralizing, shouted o C ollaborative and culturally sensitive o S pecific Requirements
  16. 16. STAGE Plan Unconsciously Incompetent No Idea Watch video of themselves Watch video of others Ask for help from College Consciously Incompetent Teach Me Attend teaching session Online research Library research Consciously Competent Observe Me Quick review More practice Teach someone else Unconsciously Competent Challenge Me Next objective New project More independence Plan
  17. 17. Thank You

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