Feedback to Feed Forward

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31 Strategies to Lead Learning
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Amy Tepper
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This how-to book introduces a dynamic yet practical leadership model that helps leaders in all roles and at all experience levels conduct comprehensive observations, analyze lessons for effectiveness, and develop high-leverage action steps that change practices and outcomes.

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Feedback that works—for leadership that makes a difference.

As a leader, you know that feedback is essential to teachers’ growth and development. But crafting the right feedback can be daunting. How do you conduct comprehensive observations, accurately analyze lessons for effectiveness, and develop high-leverage action steps that bring lasting change to teacher practices and student outcomes? 

This how-to book, designed for leaders in all roles and at all experience levels, provides a dynamic yet practical leadership model focused on precisely those key tasks. Features include

  • Comprehensive explanations of standards and descriptions of discrete core skills

  • Explicit think-alouds, ready-to-use strategies, and field-tested lesson examples

  • Evidence-collection notes—with templates—from live observations

  • Feedback samples across grade levels and content areas

  • Replicable case studies for professional learning 

Simply inspecting teaching practice through observation might be easy; providing feedback that feeds forward and promotes growth is far more challenging. With this comprehensive learning tool, you’ll use feedback to make the most of your role as a leader of learning—for both teachers and students.

Feedback to Feed Forward has been recognized for focusing on practices that have high effect sizes and will help you translate the groundbreaking Visible Learning research into practice. When educators use strategies that have high effects (greater than 0.40), they can accelerate student achievement. The power of the Visible Learning research lies in helping educators understand which factors have the highest impact on student achievement so that educators can begin making strategic decisions based on evidence that will utilize their time, energy, and resources to the best extent possible. The Visible Learning research is based on Professor John Hattie’s unmatched meta-analysis of more than 1,600 research reviews comprising 95,000 studies, involving more than 300 million students—the world’s largest evidence base on what works best in schools to improve student learning. From that research, Dr. Hattie identified more than 250 factors that have an impact on student achievement.  
View a full list of Visible Learning® Supporting Resources



About the Authors

Chapter 1: What does it mean to lead learning?

Finding Time to Lead Learning

Rethinking Evaluation

Leading Change Through Educator Evaluation

Core Assumptions About Current Practice

Feedback as the Common Thread

A Shift From Summary to Analysis

Core Skills for Observation and Feedback

What’s Ahead?

Chapter 2: How can you use an instructional framework to improve observation and feedback practices?

Skill Set for Building Understanding of a Framework

Deconstructing Your Framework

Unpacking Expectations

Using a Feedback Frame

Final Thoughts

Chapter 3: How can you collect evidence in the classroom to improve feedback?

Skill Set for Collecting Evidence

Bias in Observation

Identifying Types of Data

Evidence Collection: The Basics

Evidence Collection: Student Engagement and Learning

Using a Balance of Evidence to Feed Forward

Final Thoughts

Chapter 4: How can you determine effectiveness of instruction and a teacher’s impact on learners?

Skill Set for Determining Effectiveness

Using Your Evidence to Analyze Effectiveness

Understanding What We Are Analyzing

Analyzing Engagement

Influences on Engagement and Learning

Final Thoughts

Chapter 5: How can you determine a teacher’s areas of instructional strength and growth?

Skill Set for Determining Areas of Strength and Growth

What Teachers Need to Know

Using Analysis

Determining Areas of Strength and Growth

Citing Areas of Strength and Growth

Understanding Research-Based Strategies

Using Research-Based Strategies in Feedback

Pulling It All Together

Final Thoughts

Chapter 6: How can your feedback feed forward?

Skill Set for Developing Objective Feedback

Bias in Feedback

Increasing Objectivity

Feedback to Feed Forward

Skill Set for Developing Feedback as a Learning Tool

Defining “Actionable” Next Steps

Developing Action Steps

Prioritizing Next Steps

Developing Reflective Practices

Pulling It All Together

Final Thoughts

Chapter 7: What professional learning builds your capacity to lead learning?

What’s Next?

The Current Approach

Essentials of Effective Professional Learning Design

Building a New Approach

Professional Learning Designs in Action

Final Thoughts and Beyond

Strategies List

Tables and Figures List



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