People receive and give feedback all the time, every day. So why is feedback so challenging in the classroom? Both Zaretta Hammond and Joe Hirsch provide us with a new approach - feedforward. Feedforward is a type of feedback that pushes teachers to think about what positive motivators and direction will move the student forward to improve.
Read through the slides below for an introduction to feedforward and verbal sentence frames to help you get started with your students. We've included a link to an interview with Cult of Pedagogy's Jennifer Gonzalez and Joe Hirsch, the author of The Feedback Fix.