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Eliciting and evaluating responses from others to what we say or do.
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Calling attention to good thinking as it is happening can support students' growth into their own new perspectives.
How one teacher uses an increasingly popular technology to get feedback on student understanding and stimulate critical discussion.
Sequencing the kinds of feedback you give to students on their writing can keep you sane and teach them to better proof their own material in the future.
Retiring the red pen: technology has enabled us to give students more socially-engaged feedback on their writing.
Challenging our own assumptions about our students can help us better meet them where they are and give us the feedback we need to prevent frustration.
Help students learn the scientific review process by living it themselves.
Among the simplest and most popular ways to activate any classroom. In as little as two minutes, students get time to reflect, compare thoughts with their peers, then give you feedback as a class.
Open students up to receiving criticism by showing them how you respond when you are criticized yourself.