Providing Feedback in Instructional Settings – Webinar – March 25th

Feedback is an extremely important strategy for improving student learning and teacher growth. How can you use feedback to promote instructional quality, to increase desired instructional behaviors and measure improvement? How can you provide student feedback in multiple ways to improve student performance and mastery? How important is feedback in the growth of teachers and students? We will answer these questions and more in this one-day overview for those responsible for teacher observation, coaching, instruction, and evaluation. Come and learn a new way of providing feedback for teachers and students and responding to staff regarding feedback.

Target Audience: Curriculum Directors, Administrators, or lead teachers assigned to the duty of overseeing curriculum writing.

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