Phoebe Parnell
TAS Teacher Highschool Education

What is your best way to give effective feedback students will actually pay attention to?

In my 12 years of teaching I've found that students under 16 unless there the super keen ones don't pay alot of attention to your final feedback they're just concerned about the mark and in some circumstances even when incremental written or verbel feedback is given they often just get to a point where they want it done! I'm interested in ways of any kind but could more be the way you deliver the feedback to the class that you find really gets them to listen? In the hope they can stive to do better and see the higher level outcomes and sophistication they could have applied. The other thing to note is it needs to not take too much time as assessments are often due together and there is a lot of marking and a two week turn around to complete.

Examples I've tried:

-Google Forms

-Portfolio- Google comments

-Screen recording - verbal feedback

-Rubric marking style highlighted with comments

-Verbal feedback

-In class discussion

-In class presentation

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