According to Navigator Learning Solutions feedback for teachers could be more effective as the majority of feedback that teachers need is formative: feedback for teaching however, the majority of feedback that teachers receive is summative. Read further here.
The power of feedback has been welll research by the likes of Dylan Wiliam and John Hattie.This article provides a range of strategies and tools to implement feedback which will help build assessment capable learners and improve student achievment. Read a few quick strategies here.
We all give plenty of feedback to our students but do we take the time to recieve feedback from them? Chaise Mielke discusses his tips for getting regular feedback so that he models growth and change on a regular basis. Read more here.
Educational consultant Andrew Miller argues that formative assessment can be transformational for students, for teaching and grading, and for working towards a classroom of empowerment. Read more here.
Learning occurs when a student's knowledge is revised. Scott Sterling argues that teachers need to know how best to react when students make mistakes, so that they can facilitate this process. Read more here.