Challenge: Set up a next step – a way to push the person forward– but don’t tell them HOW to do itReflect: Draw attention ...
Challenge: Can you find a way to..... becauseReflect: I noticed that.....Enquire: I’m interested to know why you...Suggest...
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  • CRESS: A useful tool for peer feedbackPosters in your room or as stations, packs of cards with prompts onFor in depth feedback or quick immediate points to act onUseful both for written work, practical skills, performances, presentations of group work etc
  • Ways to use:In pairs – everybody has to give feedback using only 1 of the cardsOr: Pick a card at random in a group and then give feedback using the card they have chosenOr: For a specific task (eg a project) in pairs or threes give feedback using all the points, or a selection of themOr: As a whole class feeding back after a presentation, choose different points for individuals to use to give their feedbackVery important to allow for time to make the changes (eg to note the improvements or to redo a performance)
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    1. 1. Challenge: Set up a next step – a way to push the person forward– but don’t tell them HOW to do itReflect: Draw attention to a specific point without judging and waitfor a responseEnquire: Find out why they choose a specific pointSuggest: Give specific advice on which point to improveSupport: Specific praise about the good points
    2. 2. Challenge: Can you find a way to..... becauseReflect: I noticed that.....Enquire: I’m interested to know why you...Suggest: To improve, could you try....Support: What I really liked was....

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