No doubt you know the basics of giving feedback, but there's probably a lot more information you haven't had the chance to learn. Feedback is one of the best researched topics in Psychology and Education, yet few people actually understand how to unleash the power to make sure learning happens efficiently and can be used out into the real world.
This mini-guide, written for busy people, explains the THREE kinds of feedback, why each is important, and how to use them to improve teaching and learning.
You'll learn the absolute importance of CUEING, the process of directing the attention of students to the important parts of what is to be learned, so they learn more quickly. There's a lot more here, not only for teachers, but for anyone that does "on the job" training, including principals and teacher supervisors.