Content Specific Suggestions for Feedback - Coggle Diagram
Content Specific Suggestions for Feedback
Raising awareness, organizing, and reflecting
Each goal was for student and teacher
Compare students' work with criteria for the assignment
Acknowledge what the student did correct according to the criteria and let them know
Giving feedback to writers requires knowing what successful writers do
Math Problem Solving
Feedback should start by noticing what the student did rather than what the student did not do
Students need an immediate opportunity to use the feedback
Textbook Comprehension in Social Studies or Science
Where in this chapter can you read more about [topic]? When you find that place, what does it say?
Do you see any order to these questions?
What is this question asking you to do? Does it ask you to explain something that is already covered in the book? Does it ask you to make connections with other information or with real life?
Content-Area Project Assignments
Translating teacher rubrics into kid-friendly language, should clarify the learning targets for the students and also give them a framework within which to understand your feedback
Give students feedback about their process; notice strengths and make suggestions to improve weaknesses. Keep in focus the criteria for the end product, as described in the rubrics. Make your feedback descriptive and specific.
If a project assignment involves group work, be sure to use the opportunity to give students feedback about their collaboration and communication skills, project management, and decision making.