Move from direct to indirect feedback- allow students to identify and correct their own errors
Students have likely been receiving direct teacher feedback up until this point. To help them begin to identify and correct their own errors, teachers can move toward more indirect feedback, creating structured ways for students to learn how to find their own errors and figure out the best way(s) to correct them.
We suggest implementing these strategies:
Explore Student Experiences Throughout the School Year
Click on each critical period to explore student experiences.
Due to varying school schedules and contexts, the exact timing of the critical periods will differ by school and even by class. The months provided are a guide for where teachers should be looking for experiences based on time of year.