Feedback for Learning

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2000-11-15
  • Publisher: RoutledgeFalmer

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This book examines how effective giving feedback actually is in terms of raising standards. It looks at how, why and when feedback is given and the impact this has or does not have on improving learning.

Table of Contents

List of Figures and Tables
List of Contributors
Gifts, ping-pong and loops - linking feedback and learning
Susan Askew
Caroline Lodge
PART 1 Feedback for young people's learning 19(44)
Teacher feedback strategies in primary classrooms - new evidence
Eleanore Hargreaves
Bet Mccallum
Caroline Gipps
Getting it right - distance marking as accessible and effective feedback in the primary classroom
Shirley Clarke
Dialogue, discussion and feedback - views of secondary school students on how others help their learning
Eileen Carnell
PART 2 Feedback for teachers' learning 63(62)
Feedback between teachers
Chris Watkins
Student views on careers education and guidance - what sort of feedback to careers co-ordinators?
Jacqui Macdonald
Learning from research
Felicity Wikeley
Communications between school and home - correction, consultation or conversation for learning?
Susan Askew
PART 3 Feedback for organisational learning 125(50)
Promoting organisational learning in schools - the role of feedback
Jane Reed
Louise Stoll
Value added feedback for the purpose of school self-evaluation
Sally Thomas
Rebecca Smees
Karen Elliot
Using your initiative - feedback to an LEA on a school improvement initiative
Brenda Taggart
Pam Sammons
Index 175

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