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Giving good feedback is one of the keys to improving the teaching and learning process, but what is the best kind of feedback to give, how do you adjust it to different learners, and how can you determine how effective your feedback is? This program answers these question, helping teachers learn to give the best kind of feedback every time. Classroom scenes from across grade levels and subjects demonstrate how to use effective written and oral feedback with successful, struggling, and English-language learners.
Length: 34 minutes
Copyright date: ©2009
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