By Tom Jones, English and HaSS Head of Learning Area

 

Feedback is one of the most powerful influences on learning and achievement – if you get it right. In 2019, alongside the 10 Mindframes, Clarkson CHS are embedding the thinking and practice from John Hattie and Shirley Clarke’s 2018 publication Visible Learning Feedback.The PowerPoint below offers a summary of each chapter from the text.
Visible Learning Feedback PowerPoint
 
In a February professional learning workshop, we explored the elements of a powerful school wide feedback culture and challenged ourselves to apply the elements to our practice in 2019. The workshop (See below) also served as an opportunity to observe and employ high impact instructional strategies led by Level 3 Classroom Teachers, Acting Deputy Principal Louise Hall and Head of Learning Area Thomas Jones.
Visible Learning Feedback: Building a Feedback Culture
 
In a recent Term One general staff meeting, teachers examined how they can enhance how they give effective student feedback. The main  section of the workshop examined how comments and grading impact learning. We present the workshop’s PowerPoint below.
Visible Learning Feedback: Post Lesson Feedback

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