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AA#3765: Empowering Staff & Student Learning Through Feedback - What Real Feedback Needs to Be for Every Learner

Event Number 613-22
Date 09/01/2021
Presenters Dr. Sarah Mumm, Laura Garland, and Patrick Raleigh
Intended Audience All
Location Kane County Regional Office of Education
Time 8:30-2:30
Fee $175.00
PD Hours 6.5
Status Open
Description This academy is designed to take instructional leaders and engaging teachers through the detailed process of engaging in effective feedback- a cycle which is co-created by the facilitator and the learner. Learning outcomes will include: Distinguishing between traditional feedback and feedback for learning, Communicating the rationale for feedback for learning, Identifying types of feedback, including misconceptions regarding the feedback process and ways to dispel them systematically, Applying the feedback process, Generating ways to use this content to advance my own and my team/department/grade level use of learning feedback. Data shows the significance that teacher clarity and student clarity have on learning (Hattie, 2017). This academy focuses on the feedback cycles and will attendees will leave with an application project specific to their professional role.

Refunds will be issued only to participants who call the ROE seven (7) business days before the start date of the program or if the program is canceled.