Implementing evidence-informed feedback processes in mathematics to improve students’ learning


Effective feedback practice can increase student progress by as much as an extra eight months over the course of a year. However, high quality feedback is often thought of as being synonymous with high teacher workload and schools investing significant time in research and external professional learning. To save teachers and schools this time and effort, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, (AITSL) in partnership with Evidence for Learning (E4L), have developed a suite of feedback resources for schools. In this workshop, Tanya Vaughan from E4L will introduce these resources and Oliver Lovell, a Senior mathematics team leader , will share some ways in which these resources can be practically applied in the teaching of secondary mathematics. This presentation will give practical ideas of how mathematics teachers can use free-to-access, evidence-based resources to utilise effective feedback practices and enhance student learning outcomes.

Oliver Lovell
Tanya Vaughan

Session Code Session Date Session Start Session Finish Session Location Places Remaining
E-39 06/12/2018 03:40 pm 04:40 pm La Trobe University OPTION FULL


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