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Using sticky notes

Using sticky notes to gather feedback

Some of you may have already considered using sticky notes as a tool to gather feedback from young people. In this video, Jade, a trainee teacher, talks about how she uses sticky notes at the end of a lesson to gather feedback.

Sticky notes can be used in a variety of ways to gather immediate feedback from young people. They are readily available and come in different sizes and colours. They also provide a useful record of the feedback that you can take away with you to reflect on.


Identify ways you can use sticky notes to gather feedback. Think of the type of activity and kind of questions you might like to ask young people.
Share your ideas with other learners in the comments below.
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