Effective Feedback

Effective Feedback

 

Although "feedback is among the major influences of student achievement, the type of feedback and the way it is given can be differentially effective." - John Hattie. The purpose of feedback is to help students bridge the gap between where they are in their learning and achieving the end goal. Teachers spend a large amount of time correcting work and providing feedback to students, but it doesn't always have the desired outcome. 

This webinar is designed to assist teachers to implement feedback more effectively and meaningfully for students. 

The webinar will focus on: 

  • Summative vs formative feedback 
  • Feedback methodologies
  • The principles of effective written feedback 
  • The implications of feedback on student motivation 
  • Examples of written feedback

Facilitator: Avril Egan

Avril is a secondary school in Coláiste Bhaile Chláir which is a Microsoft Showcase school. Her subjects are French, and English and she has been teaching since 2007.  She is the author of 'On y va', a Junior Cycle French text book. 

 

Avril has held an assistant principal's post in teaching and learning for the last three years. She is passionate about researching and implementing initiatives and pedagogies that are innovation and which enhance student's learning but also teachers' pedagogical practice. 

In 2009 she completed a Postgraduate diploma in School Leadership and has subsequently completed her Master's in School leadership which included a thesis on Online learning; An investigation into the potential for online teaching and learning in an Irish post-primary school – how to ensure high quality student learning and engagement online. 

Course Properties

Course Date 24-02-2021 5:00 pm
Course End Date 24-02-2021 6:00 pm
Capacity 50
Available place 37
Individual Price €10.00
Speaker Avril Egan
Select Hours 1
Location Online
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