Newly updated with posters that inspire and brain facts that inform communication - your students will love using these interactive feedback forms
that encourage all to speak up and feel heard!
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Enthusiasm grows for lessons as learners speak up about what they know
and share what they wonder about interesting parts of their lesson topics.
Students are encouraged to speak up
about team progress, and share personal evidence of their best contributions.
Your students will identify lesson parts they know already
, and suggest what elements they would still like to know. Imagine forms to help you start any new class or unit with a keen sense of what particulars would make your topic most meaningful to more students. Likely you have already sensed the usefulness of feedback forms proven to garner student voice.
Find forms here to gather too often unheard feedback
on team presentations, or on your own teaching session. Gain their questions posed on these forms, and discover their insights as they ponder What if … possibilities to apply your content to solve real-life problems.
You’ll even find a bonus form
that allows students to submit the who, what, where when or how of a lesson. Or they can simply create their own questions and responses to communicate more with you as you move new ideas forward together.
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials
will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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All the best
as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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