I have recently delivered a training session to ITT students on what makes effective feedback. It was looking at effective feedback through the lens of workload, and what the latest evidence tells us. Here are the slides – please feel free to use or adapt as you see fit!
I would like to credit the following people for helping to shape my thoughts on what makes effective feedback:
- Ben Newmark | @bennewmark
- Tom Sherrington | @teacherhead
- Mark Enser | @EnserMark
- Tom Rogers | @RogersHistory
- Victoria Hewett | @MrsHumanities
- Matthew Benyohai | @BenyohaiPhysics
- Daisy Christodoulou | @diasychristo
I found the following links particularly useful for further reading on the topic:
- EEF – A Marked Improvement?
- Ben Newmark – Don’t reinvent marking
- Tom Sherrington – 10 Questions to ask about Work Scrutiny and Book Looks
- Matthew Benyohai – Assessment
- UK Gov – Data management: reducing teacher workload
- TES – eliminating unnecessary workload around marking
- UK Gov – A whole new marking system
- UK Gov – Trialling new marking strategies
- UK Gov – A year in the life of a meaningful, manageable and motivating marking policy change
- UK Gov – Replacing written feedback in schools
- Tom Sherrington – Get assessment right and reduce workload at the same time.
- Tom Rogers – Twitter thread