4 comments on “When teachers use good verbal feedback strategies, it saves them time and boosts pupils’ engagement
  1. Professor Emeritus Rosemary Davis CBE says:

    It’s not surprising that good verbal feedback works better than written comments. There is, unsurprisingly, too, that carving out the time to do so is a less easy matter. Teachers too often do their marking in the evening or in their PPA time when giving verbal feedback lacks a certain practical aspect! As a former teacher and headteacher, I was constantly aware of how verbal feedback (with all the non-verbal communication which also took place) was so much more effective. Why not also give teachers more time!

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