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This file contains a webinar-tutorial (short and long), plus a PDF and set of slides you can edit for yourself. This short webinar has been filmed to meet demands and help other teachers learn about the project, the research methods used, the project findings and how you can adapt the ideas back in your place of work.
The resource also shows how all teachers can get engaged with action research, produce a report and contribute new knowledge to the teaching profession.
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The UCL Verbal Feedback Project explored the impact of verbal feedback approaches on outcomes for disadvantaged students in years 7 and 8, particularly in terms of student engagement (including written, non-verbal and verbal responses). The project contributes to the research base around verbal feedback and also explore the implications for teacher workload.
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(verified owner) – 1st September 2020
Ross with is down to earth clarity and wisdom is able to show through studies and evidence that verbal feedback has an integral important part to the process of teaching and learning. This webinar is packed full of information and Ross carefully takes you through the story of his journey in to discovering why verbal feedback is powerful and more so, how we give that feedback, our language, can make significant differences.
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