Written Feedback

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A common lament among teachers is the fact that students don’t seem to apply the feedback they are given, whether that feedback comes from peers or teachers. In terms of student feedback, this is most likely because the feedback provided … Continued

Active Participation

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Archer (2023) suggests four ways of ensuring students are actively involved in the learning process: Request frequent responses from students EXAMPLES: Choral responses, gestures, holding up response cards, sharing with a partner. Require overt responses – saying, writing, doing EXAMPLES: … Continued

Maximising Learning

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It is not sufficient just to present information to students, they need to actually learn the concepts which means that first the information needs to be stored in long term memory so that it can be quickly and accurately retrieved … Continued