Webinar: How to use evidence to support disadvantaged students – Feedback for learning


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Research has a lot to tell us about what ‘works’ when it comes to raising achievement, but one of the most consistently successful strategies is effective feedback for learning. What, though, does effective feedback look like in the classroom?

In this webinar, Professor Steve Higgins gives some practical guidance on evidence-based approaches to impactful feedback and marking. He also examines more broadly how teachers can make good use of research to improve their practice, looking, in particular, at the findings of the EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit.

Age range: Primary/Secondary

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Product Description

How can you give your pupils feedback that truly makes an impact on their learning and achievement?

In this webinar for the Teachers and Learners Professional Masterclasses, Professor Steve Higgins considers what the research says about providing effective feedback and offers practical advice on achieving it in your own classroom.

More broadly, he considers how teachers can make good use of research findings to improve their practice, looking, in particular, at the findings of the EEF Teaching and Learning toolkit.

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About Steve Higgins

Professor Steve Higgins is a former primary school teacher with a particular interest in children’s thinking and reasoning skills. He is the lead author of the Sutton Trust-Education Endowment Foundation Teaching and Learning toolkit and is passionate about the use of evidence from research to improve teaching and learning.


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