Manylion y Cwrs
Feedback is a vital part of effective teaching and learning. Every teacher knows how feedback can occur naturally in the classroom and in a variety of different forms.
Manylion y Cwrs
Feedback is a vital part of effective teaching and learning. Every teacher knows how feedback can occur naturally in the classroom and in a variety of different forms. Technology can help offer additional means of feedback in the classroom, and can greatly improve distance learning feedback. This session will focus on strategies for giving effective but non-time consuming feedback in the digital classroom, including a look at group and individual feedback, corrective feedback and encouraging pupils to take accountability for their own learning.
This webinar is in English
Beth Wnaf i ei Ddysgu?
By the end of the webinar, you will:
– Provide examples how to give effective feedback, both group and individual.
– Show how to give corrective feedback on digital work instantaneously.
– Show how to use extensions that reduce time spent on feedback.
Pwy Ddylai Wylio?
Any teaching staff for all subjects and key stages.
Jodie JamesJodie James is an Upper Key Stage Two teacher, Digital Learning Lead, and Science and Technology AoLE Lead. Jodie began her digital journey 3 years ago when she became head of digital learning at Oldcastle Primary School. Since then she has developed her knowledge of digital tools to enhance teaching and learning and support her staff. Recently, she has become a Google Certified Trainer where she used this knowledge to undertake regular training sessions and create how-to videos to support her staff.Twitter: @missjljames