Specific Feedback and Praise
Quality feedback is one of the most important tools a teacher can use to help student learn. This storyboard illustrates three examples of using specific feedback and praise in a high school English class.
Positive Narration. By drawing attention to desired behavior, teachers can reinforce instructions in a positive way.
Mrs. Djalal English Composition
I like the way everyone has come in on time and has paper and pencil out ready to get to work!
Praising effort rather than intelligence promotes a growth mindset. (Dweck, 2012)
Roberto, I can see you put a great deal of effort in your essay. You chose highly descriptive adjectives.
Feedback should be specific, substantive, and timely. Give specific praise to things the student has done well while indicating areas for improvement.
What do you think about combining some of these shorter sentences into longer one by using a who/which clause?
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