Feedback: Misconceptions and corrections

These slides accompanied a CPL session on feedback – focusing on the different ways we need to address misconceptions and errors. The problem with feedback Feedback is an important part of teaching. In fact, teaching would be inconceivable without it. Try and teach a lesson without saying whether an answer a pupil gives is correct…

Research Spotlight – January

Blog Posts – Focus on Feedback Feedback is a topic that is sure to get teachers talking. One welcome change we are seeing in the education landscape is a greater awareness that feedback does not equal marking but involves deploying a range of strategies to, as Dylan Wiliam says, “improve the pupil not the work”.…