Giving Difficult Feedback

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Rarely do teachers receive any training prior to taking on a new role. We often have to make many mistakes before we become experts. This is certainly the case when supporting and challenging other teachers. This resource offers 7 tips for providing difficult feedback, designed to support teachers who receive insufficient CPD.


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Date Updated: 27th February 2023Date Created: 4th March 2021 SKU: Giving Difficult Feedback Categories: , Tags: , , , , , ,

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No one wants to give negative feedback to a coworker, but sometimes a clear message needs to be delivered. In teaching, rarely does stepping up to a new role and responsibility give you the training you need to support and challenge colleagues around you.

You can find more of these ideas in the book, 60-Second CPD: 239 Ideas for Busy Classroom Teachers.


1 review for Giving Difficult Feedback

  1. amylh0813 (verified owner)

    This is a simple how-to guide of seven steps that is useful as a reminder or good starting point of how to have those tricky conversations.

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