In his book, Visible Learning for Teachers, John Hattie makes an interesting observation about student feedback. Hattie argues that while “feedback is critical to raising achievement," its absence in classrooms remains a problem.
5 tips for gathering useful feedback from your students
Student feedback is a simple and fast way to learn what’s working in your classroom and what needs tweaking. Creating an effective flow of feedback increases classroom engagement and positive learning outcomes.
Your PDP includes Student Voice… now what?
Activating Student Voice in your classroom is a powerful way to increase student engagement and boost performance. Given the impact of Student Voice in many educational institutions, teachers are increasingly adding Student Voice to their Professional Development Plans (PDPs).
How to help your students to reflect
One thing we consistently notice when we work with education institutions to implement a Student Voice program is that students believe that they are not reflecting enough on the lessons they are undertaking.
How to use technology to activate Student Voice
Education research continues to support the role of Student Voice in improving educational outcomes. Indeed, establishing continuous feedback loops between students and teachers is vital to strengthening learning and teaching.