Feedback – use structured feedback to move on pupils’ thinking

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Wednesday 10 March 4–5pm, online

Led by Dr Nik Rorke, Head of Chemistry at Colyton Grammar School, this session will look at some of the most effective ways of giving feedback to your pupils.

This session is the seventh in a series covering the effective, evidence-based principles of the EEF Improving secondary science guidance and covered by the EiC series 7 simple rules for science teaching. The sessions are aimed at NQTs and probationers but open to all. Each session will be run by different experienced teachers and trainers from the South West of England and the Channel Islands. The session leaders will share examples of good practice and what works for them in the classroom.

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