Creating An Effective Feedback Loop


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To create an effective feedback loop, teachers must adopt key principles of good feedback practice that support self‐regulation in pupils. This resource contains editable slides you can tailor for yourself.  Supported by academic research, downloading this file will provide you with the 7 principles of good feedback practice, 10 retrieval practice ideas, feedback templates and a new 7-stage feedback plan you can adapt as a lesson plan script, plus two research papers.

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Date Updated: 17th December 2020Date Created: 9th May 2020 SKU: Feedback Loop Category: Tags: , , , , , , ,


Students who receive verbal feedback perceive it to be better, of higher quality and more useful than students who received written feedback… with no impact was found on students’ perception, self-efficacy or motivation. Sources:



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