Differentiation, Planning & Instruction,Education

Effective Feedback for Student Learning

Feedback is often mistaken for praise or a grade, but feedback is neither. I remember being the bubbly teacher who told the students how awesome they were and what great work they were producing. Often times, my praise was not followed by an explanation of what exactly was great about their work. In order for feedback to be given properly and for us as teachers to be able to see the positive results from it, we must employ it the…

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From The Heart

Taking Care of Your Teacher Heart

Your teacher heart is all about the kids. You want to create amazing lessons and you want to make sure that your students succeed. Your teacher heart is dedicated; often…