Feedback and reflection

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Learn about learning.

Feedback and reflection can have a high impact on student learning when:

  • feedback is immediate, regular and relevant
  • learners have planned time to receive, reflect and act upon feedback
  • feedback is provided as a guide for learning, not just as assessment.

Feedback and reflection is an important part of student learning that should be specific and planned. It can be used as an opportunity for students to set learning goals and iterate on their demonstrated learning.

Teachers act as coaches and mentors during feedback and reflection. They source methods that are supportive to students and their learning. Teachers may engage with tools such as G-Suite and Microsoft Office 365 to provide feedback as a digital interaction.

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