Feedback from students to teachers has been shown to have a major influence on students’ achievement. Although the use of feedback from students requires little time and investment, the exploration of this topic in recent years has focused primarily on that from teacher-to-student or teacher-to-teacher. This innovative book examines the much-neglected feedback path from student to teacher and provides an empirically founded and practice-oriented step-by-step guide for teachers who want to get feedback on their own teaching.
Including a foreword by John Hattie, the authors shed light on the benefits, challenges, impact and academic discussion of student feedback. Topics include:
Using Student Feedback for Successful Teaching is an essential guide for experienced and newly-qualified teachers alike who are invested in their professional development and who strive to deliver the best quality teaching for their students.
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Foreword by John Hattie
Chapter 1: Introduction: feedback between desire and reality
Chapter 2: Feedback in the light of Visible Learning
Chapter 3: Student feedback
Chapter 4: Student feedback in practice
Chapter 5: Student feedback scenarios using digitization
Chapter 6: Feedback culture and professionalism