Effective feedback has the potential to double the speed of learning says researcher Dylan Wiliam. How do we ensure the feedback we give to our learners encourages them to act on it? Dr Justin Tarte gives some tips here.
Giving feedback to your colleagues provides them with an observer's insight into how their performance is progressing as long as there is a climate of mutual respect and relational trust. Read five tips from Entrepreneur here.
Tammie Meehan (co-director of Ausminds) says"Peer-to-peer feedback gives students the opportunity to learn collaboration skills and asks them to make important decisions about their work and their learning.” Read more here.
Feedback for students is useful when it addresses the learning gap. If done well it has the potential to 'double the speed of learning' according to Dylan Wiliam. How often as leaders do we listen and act on feedback received. Read more here.