Verbal Feedback Toolkit
The Verbal Feedback report explores the impact of the project in terms of outcomes for disadvantaged students. The Verbal Feedback Toolkit features practical ideas and techniques for approaching verbal feedback in the classroom.
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.
The project offers participants advice and guidance to develop their expertise in verbal feedback techniques, and also implement a practitioner research model that will measure project impact.
The Verbal Feedback Project was developed by Mark Quinn (UCL London Centre for Leadership in Learning) and Ross McGill (@TeacherToolkit Ltd), including 13 teacher-researchers from our seven participating schools.
- Batley Girls’ High School, West Yorkshire
- London Nautical School, Lambeth
- Oakgrove School, Milton Keynes
- Ranelagh School, Berkshire
- Reigate School, Surrey
- Trinity Catholic School, Warwickshire.
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