How can teachers create an effective feedback loop which reduces workload and ensure that students take action?
Teachers must use a range of feedback techniques in and out of the lesson to reduce teacher workload and provide assessment for students to take action.
How to use whole-class feedback?
Using a whole-class feedback tool as and when the curriculum determines, rather than when assessment demands, is a perfect alternative for teachers. Not only does it reduce teacher workload but it encourages self-regulation in students. In this post, I'd like to explain how to use whole-class feedback as a methodology.