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Whole class feedback

This video, demonstrates how a teacher can share feedback at a whole-class level with the help of technology.

In this video, Joanne Dove, Teacher at Prescot Primary School (primary), shares how she makes use of technology to support efficient and effective feedback.

Joanne shares why she moved towards the use of whole-class feedback where she would review pupils’ work at a glance and select a few of them to explore in class the following day, either as models of good practice or as examples of common errors. She demonstrates how she’s established a way of working with this approach in class and how her pupils are able to reflect on their own work and provide feedback to their peers.

The tool used by Joanne is:

  • Airplay – used with Apple devices and Apple TV to display content on a screen at the front of a classroom

Whilst Joanne references the use of iPads, consider what might enable you to achieve similar in your own context if you don’t currently have a 1-1 iPad scheme.

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  • How might these approaches be applied in your own context to solve a challenge you’ve identified?
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