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Instructional Strategies

Feedback That Matters: Tools and Strategies for Making It Happen

2 years ago

Instructional Strategies

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In this Webinar

How can you engage all students in seeking and using feedback? Why does providing effective feedback to learners depend on first securing feedback from them? In this interactive webinar, you’ll develop your responses to these questions as you focus on the connections between questioning, dialogue, and feedback. Along the way, you’ll explore new roles and responsibilities for learners and examine tools and strategies to nurture student regulation of their own learning. You’ll also delve into the relationship between effective feedback and social-emotional considerations and explore how to create a positive classroom community. The webinar will feature video clips from Questioning for Formative Feedback and offer opportunities to interact with the author and other participants.

About the presenter

Jackie Acree Walsh is an independent consultant and author based in Montgomery, Alabama. She partners with educators across the country to enhance teaching and leading in classrooms, schools, and districts through the use of quality questioning. She has authored or coauthored eight books and numerous articles focused on questioning. Her most recent book is Questioning for Formative Feedback: Meaningful Dialogue to Improve Learning (ASCD).

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Instructional Strategies
Instructional Strategies

Questioning for Formative Feedback: Meaningful Dialogue to Improve Learning

When used effectively, quality questions and student dialogue result in self-regulated learners and formative feedback that reveals progress toward learning goals.

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