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Teacher Feedback and Commentary. Leadership Summit May 2011. Essential Questions. How will we utilize feedback for students to determine next steps and to revise their work?

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Teacher Feedbackand Commentary

Leadership Summit

May 2011


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Essential Questions

  • How will we utilize feedback for students to determine next steps and to revise their work?

  • How will we ensure that students use the language of the standards as they discuss their work and explain teacher and peer feedback?

  • How will we utilize exemplars as feedback for students?

  • How will we utilize feedback so that students can identify where their work falls in relation to the posted exemplars?


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Essential Vocabulary

  • Feedback – clear & specific to the desired performance

  • Language of the Standards – The best way to ensure students will use the language when giving feedback to their peers is by teachers modeling the use of key words from the standards.

  • Exemplars/Anchor Papers – worthy imitation or a model



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EQ: How will we utilize feedback for students to determine next steps and to revise their work?

  • “Making meaning requires using and controlling one’s own thought processes. This is called self-regulation. Butler and Winne’s (1995) research review showed that both external feedback (teacher feedback) and internal feedback (student self-evaluation) affect student knowledge and beliefs. Together they help students with self-regulation: deciding on their next learning goals, devising tactics and strategies to reach them, and producing work” (Brookhart, 2008).

  • Group Discussion

    • Is it for “show or grow”?


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EQ: How will we ensure that students use the language of the standards as they discuss their work and explain teacher and peer feedback?


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M3N2. standards as they discuss their work and explain teacher and peer feedback?

Students will further develop their skills of addition and subtraction and apply them in problem solving.

d. Model addition and subtraction by counting back change using the fewest number of coins.




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EQ: How will we utilize feedback so that students can identify where their work falls in relation to the posted exemplars?


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Questions? identify where their work falls in relation to the posted exemplars?


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References identify where their work falls in relation to the posted exemplars?

  • Brookhart, S. (2008). How to give effective feedback to your students. Alexandria, Virginia: ASCD.

  • Exemplars K-12; we set the standards. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.exemplars.com/

  • Thanks to Beth McMichael – Video