Feedback in a Virtually Connected World
By Cathy Goodheart, Science TOSA
Welcome to this week’s blog post in The Distance Learning Playbook K-12 series. We are sharing tips and tricks around teaching for engagement and impact in any setting. The ideas shared in this blog series come from the Fisher, Frey and Hattie book, The Distance Learning Playbook and their recent webinar.
We all know that learners need feedback. John Hattie tells us its effect size is worth our effort (0.66), but how do we give and receive feedback remotely? Is all feedback equal? *Spoiler alert*: All feedback is not created equally! Hattie and Timperley (2007) say that effective feedback must answer three major questions:
More recently, Wisniewski, et.al (2020), shared guidelines on how to craft effective feedback. Feedback should be based on the following:
Check out this brief VIDEO to learn more about feedback and how to use it remotely. Have feedback on this or any blog post? Leave a comment below.
ReferencesHattie & Timperley (2007) The Power of Feedback. Review of Educational Research (Vol 77, No1).
Wisniewski, B., Zierer, K., & Hattie, J. (2020). The power of feedback revisited: A meta-analysis of educational feedback research. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 3087.
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