Learn about options for giving positive and constructive feedback.
- Feedback is important for student learning. … As parents, we have to be careful to provide feedback … in a way that allows our students to grow … as learners and individuals. … Did you ever get a paper or project back … from a teacher covered in red ink? … Did you take that feedback to heart and learn from it … or did it just make you feel like, wow, I stink at this. … When we're checking in to see how our children are doing, … there are lots of ways to give feedback … without breaking out that red pen of failure. … We can have discussions, problem solve together, … have children's self-reflect or use rubrics … to give more constructive and beneficial feedback to kids. … Some people believe that they're either good at things … or they aren't. … This is a fixed mindset. … The idea that you're good at math, or you're not, … you're good at reading or you're not … and that is the end of your story. … A growth mindset sees the world in a different way. … If you aren't good at something right now, …
Skill Level Beginner
Become a Portrait Pro: Family and Kidswith Chris Orwig54m 29s Intermediate
1. Home Learning Basics
2. Being a Teacher and Advocate for Your Child
3. Learning Tools
4. Tools by Subject Area
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