Teach students how to give feedback to each other and practice this skill during class time
Students can learn a great deal from giving and receiving feedback to others. This requires students to interact deeply with the content and evaluate work, activating critical higher order thinking skills. In addition, students may be more receptive to feedback from peers. This skill must be explicitly taught and practiced during class time to be executed effectively.
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.