Learner-Focused Feedback

Learner-Focused Feedback
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19 Strategies to Observe for Impact
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Artikel-Nr:
9781544368276
Veröffentl:
2020
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
256
Autor:
Amy Tepper
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Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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New strategies for feedback that supports a culture of learning.


The skill set required for observing why students are learning and how teachers influence that is a difficult one to master—yet it’s essential for driving school change and growth. With this companion to the best-selling Feedback to Feed Forward, observers in any role—leaders, coaches, and teachers themselves—will improve their ability to identify desired outcomes, recognize learning in action, collect relevant evidence, and develop supportive, and effective feedback. Features include:


·         Nineteen strategies for learner-centered, learning-focused observations


·         Authentic classroom examples


·         Observer think-alouds


·         Stories from the field with "Give-It-a-Try" tools and "Stop and Think" questions


Follow-up steps specific to each role

New strategies for feedback that supports a culture of learning

The skill set required for observing why students are learning and how teachers influence that is a difficult one to master—yet it’s essential when it comes to driving change and growth in your school. This companion to Feedback to Feed Forward provides a curated collection of strategies to improve your ability to identify desired outcomes, recognize learning in action, collect relevant and accurate evidence, and develop smart, supportive, and effective feedback about a teacher’s impact on learners.

And it’s not just leaders, coaches, and administrators who can use this highly accessible how-to. This time around, Tepper and Flynn also address the needs of teachers who double as observers, whether they’re mentoring new teachers, supporting each other or analyzing the effectiveness of their own teaching. No matter your role, you’ll benefit from their expert guidance, as well as:


·         Authentic classroom examples
·         Observer think-alouds
·         Stories from the field with "Give-It-a-Try" tools and "Stop and Think" questions
·         Follow-up steps specific to your role 


When classroom observation and feedback are both learner-centered (focused on students) and learning-focused (focused on teachers as learners), they lead to a culture of learning throughout the school. Take this book as your guide, and explore just how effective your feedback can be.


Learner-Focused Feedback 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



List of Online Resources

Feedback to Feed Forward Strategies

Preface

Acknowledgments

About the Authors

Chapter 1: Why Observe for Impact?

Building a Culture of Learning

Building a Culture of Observation and Feedback

The Skills of Observation

Teachers as Learners

Leaders Leading Learning

What’s Ahead

Chapter 2: What Do You Need to Understand About Learning?

Understanding the Concept of Learning

Overarching Goals for All Learners

Our Three Goals

Cautions for Observers

How the Brain Works

Identifying Learning in Action

Recognizing Impact on Learning

Determining Causal Attribution

Give It a Try

What’s Ahead

Chapter 3: How Can You Prepare for Evidence Collection?

Preobservation Planning

Planning Your Tools

Planning by Using Expectations

Planning to Interact With Learners

Planning Using Learning Goals

Planning Based on Disciplines

Planning Based on Standards

Give It a Try

What’s Ahead

Chapter 4: How Can You Adapt Evidence Collection Upon Arrival?

Your Goals as an Observer

Adapting 101: The Basics

Metacognition in Motion

Making It Count

Timing Is Everything

Using the Learning Goals

Foundational Understandings

Student Ability to Meet Expectations

Give It a Try

What’s Ahead

Chapter 5: How Can You Adapt Evidence Collection as a Lesson Unfolds?

Observing for Learning

Observing for Causal Attribution and Impact

Observing for Good Struggle

Adapting During an Observation

Adapting Based on Active Engagement

Student Notes

Mid-Lesson or End-of-Task/End-of-Lesson Reflections

Adapting Based on Tools and Resources

Adapting Based on Discourse

Give It a Try

What’s Ahead

Chapter 6: How Do You Cultivate a Culture of Learning?

Building a Culture of Learning

Developing Feedback About Impact

Building Trust

Making a Culture Shift

The Six Steps

Final Thoughts

Strategies List

List of Figures

References

Index

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