Effective Feedback

A Teacher’s Secret Weapon

A teacher’s secret weapon is the feedback she/he gives to a student. One knows when the feedback is effective when a student improves their outcomes and achievement.

The first fundamental principle of effective classroom feedback is that feedback should be more work for the recipient than the donor.

— Dylan Wiliam

Dylan Wiliam

Here is a slide deck that captures a summary of Wiliam’s 10 key points about effective feedback.

Critical is the review of feedback so that learners/teachers are able to recognize the patterns and learn from them to improve outcomes.