Feedback fuels learning. Decades of research have shown that fast, effective feedback leads to outsized gains in student growth, engagement, and achievement. Yet structural barriers prevent this from happening in schools today, undermining every effort in curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
In this webinar, we’ll look at the main obstacles preventing effective feedback practices in the classroom and uncover why teachers cannot (and should not) shoulder this responsibility alone. We’ll also explore ways in which K-12 leaders can assist educators in providing effective feedback, spotlighting The Graide Network as a leading resource for online grading and feedback support.
This webinar is intended for school and district leaders looking to improve academic outcomes by addressing student writing, feedback, and teacher supports. Learn, share, and leave with resources that you and your team can use immediately.
Joseph S. Gondolfi, English Teacher, Solorio Academy High School, Chicago, Ill.
Katie Patton, Assistant Principal, Solorio Academy High School, Chicago, Ill.
Blair Pircon, CEO, The Graide Network
Lauren Wilkie, English Department Chair, Solorio Academy High School, Chicago, Ill.
Rich Tolisano, Director of Partner Success, The Graide Network
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