Principle 5 Tip Sheet: Growth-Oriented Feedback

Principle 5 Tip Sheet: Growth-Oriented Feedback

  • […] Posted on December 21, 2011 by admin On the ninth day of Christmas, 
Mindsteps sent to me 
nine examples of feedback, 
eight ways to learn from failure, 
the seven principles of effective instruction, 
 six […]

  • […] On the tenth day of Christmas, 
Mindsteps sent to me 
ten small risks to take this year, 
 Nine examples of feedback, 
eight ways to learn from failure, 
the seven principles of effective instruction, 
 six […]

  • […] get the opportunity to learn from their failures and try again in school.  While they often get feedback that tells them that they have failed, they don’t get immediate feedback from their failure […]

  • roek says:

    One of the ineffective bits of “praise” I hear teachers use almost all the time is, “Good job.” They say, “good job,” for handing in a paper. They say, “good job,” for figuring out a problem. They say, “good job,” for . . . well, they say it for almost everything! I recommend that this be added to the list of ineffective and effective feedback because “good job” is essentially meaningless. We need to let students know what it is that is so good about that “good job” if we want them to replicate the behavior and if we want them to take more ownership of their learning.

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