T & L activity of the week – verbal feedback

Students are often more receptive to verbal feedback because it is specific to them, they can ask questions about it and have learning conversations with their teachers.

  • Give students verbal feedback.
  • Then ask students to write down what you said.
  • This will help students to process your comments more deeply, and act upon them.

verbal feedback

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