The Feedback-Friendly Classroom
How to equip students to give, receive, and seek quality feedback that will support their social, academic, and developmental needs
What if feedback could be seen as an essential, ongoing process that defines the learning environment?
Learning is inherently social, built on the daily interactions in the classroom. What if feedback—from teacher to student, between students, from student to teacher—could be seen as essential, not merely as part of student assessment, but as an ongoing process that defines the learning environment? This ground-breaking book explores using feedback to help students become better learners, examines the crucial use of verbal and nonverbal language to engage and guide students, and shows strategies and activities to establish and promote effective feedback within the classroom and beyond.