ISBN: 9781947604339

Coaching Your Classroom

 28.95

ISBN: 9781947604339
SKU: 9781947604339

Description

How to Deliver Actionable Feedback to Students

Maximise student self-efficacy and growth by providing high-quality feedback students can act on. In Coaching Your Classroom, authors Garnet Hillman and Mandy Stalets share a fresh perspective on effective classroom feedback for all grade levels and content areas. Explore the parallels between teaching students and coaching athletes, and then learn how you can coach every student to success every day.

Use this book to implement effective classroom communication and student feedback:

  • Analyse the impact of learning-centered classroom language and formative assessment on student learning
  • Understand the importance of effective communication in the classroom, as well as how giving feedback works and what a student-centered culture looks like
  • Embrace the qualities of actionable feedback and examine the effect on student engagement and intrinsic motivation
  • Learn how to deliver individualised next steps and support students through the feedback loop and the gradual release of responsibility
  • Read real-world accounts and examples from teachers who have successfully coached their classrooms

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