Reimagining Feedback

Out of the Blue: How One Blog Post Can Inspire Others on Their Personalized Learning Journey

One morning about midway through the school year I arrived to work and sat down to read the myriad of
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Out of the Blue: How One Blog Post Can Inspire Others on Their Personalized Learning Journey

Dropping the Rubric & Setting The Bar

One question that I often receive about inquiry when sharing my passion for personalized learning is around assessment. When adopting
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Dropping the Rubric & Setting The Bar

Creating a Classroom Environment Molded by Students: Peer Feedback/Assessment

Peer feedback/assessment is underutilized in the current day and age of school. Giving students the responsibility to give each other
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Creating a Classroom Environment Molded by Students: Peer Feedback/Assessment

How to Make Personalized Learning Come Alive at a Systems Level

I have the privilege to work as a consultant with Vista Unified over the next several years to support their
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How to Make Personalized Learning Come Alive at a Systems Level

What Does It Mean to Reimagine Feedback?

Feedback is incredibly important in a personalized learning environment.

Students grow their capacities by engaging in individual ideas, drafts, or experiences. By asking questions about the feedback they receive, students can focus the conversation on what would be most helpful to them.

The examples featured in this category reveal:

  • Key qualities of effective feedback
  • How students can use feedback to become more sophisticated and skillful
  • How students can use feedback to learn more about themselves
  • How students can become more mindful of how to frame concerns or questions in a “thought-full” way and become better feedback givers themselves.