Feedback = Learning

October 28th, 2014 | by scottleduc |

Feedback is needed to improve. Examine methods to increase the frequency and quality of feedback with students. Many examples of online and paper-based forms and techniques will be shared.

Building a CTE System Designed for Quality Feedback

  1. Identify Standards

  2. Group Concepts
    • Batch together complimentary skills
  3. Build Units by Verbs
  4. Sequence Units
    • What skills sequence well for building a diverse skill base for problem solving and creating?
  5. Decide on Outcomes
  6. Establish Quality – Skills Checklists
  7. Establish Quality – Rubrics
  8. Apply Quality
    • Decide what rubrics to use for each unit
      • Be careful to only assess the quality that is directly related to your standards
      • Less is more
  9. Construct Project Feedback Process
  10. Establish Portfolios

Final Thoughts

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