Keeping the Student at the Center of Feedback Conversations

Improving the ability to give feedback is one of the most efficient ways how leaders can have an impact on student results. Research shows that feedback is most effective when it’s descriptive, timely and results-oriented.

But how do we give “effective” feedback? And how can time-strapped instructional leaders improve their skills and make a habit of giving better, more actionable feedback that results in student learning?

In this webinar, CEL Chief of Staff Jennifer McDermott and Rebekah Kim, principal of Midway Elementary School in Des Moines, Wash., discuss strategies that develop feedback and ways to implement those strategies in your daily practice.