Ofsted recognises the importance of different forms of feedback

  In their recent advice to schools Ofsted said that it, “does not expect to see unnecessary or extensive written dialogue between teachers and pupils in exercise books and folders. Ofsted recognises the importance of different forms of feedback and inspectors will look at how these are used to promote learning.”  Teacher Feedback offers an alternative to traditional written comments,

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Kicking of the New School Year.

We’re kicking off this new school year with a number of improvements to Teacher Feedback. We’ve given the Teacher Feedback website a complete redesign and overhaul – adding some more smaller features and, based on our customers feedback, significantly improving the overall experience of the website. You’ll notice we’ve moved the navigation bar from the top, to the left hand side of
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Case Study: Capel-le-Ferne, Kent

Leading ICT Teacher, James Blomfield has been using Teacher Feedback at Capel-le-Ferne Primary School in Folkestone for over a year. James says, “Many teachers know that students don’t always read or understand the comments written in their exercise books. The great thing about Teacher Feedback is that it is harder to ignore. Students can hear the vocal expression of their teachers and

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Introducing the Teacher Dashboard

Over the past week, we have rolled out a new feature to teachers called “Dashboard”. This will now be the first page you see once you login to Teacher Feedback. It will provide you with some key statistics relating to the feedback that you’ve left your students over the past 3 months. We believe that this will be beneficial as

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Education Endowment Foundation

Feedback delivers high impact on students at relatively low cost.

According to the Sutton Trust, feedback is seen to deliver high impact on students at relatively low cost. Feedback refocuses either the teacher’s or the learner’s actions to achieve a goal, by aligning effort and activity with an outcome. The Sutton Trust – Education Endowment Foundation Teaching and Learning Toolkit – is an accessible summary of educational research that provides

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Take audio feedback to the next level with Student Peer Feedback

Peer Feedback is now available! By popular demand, teachers now have a tool that allows students to leave peer feedback for one another. Teachers can approve or reject the peer feedback before it is sent. We think this will revolutionise the use of audio feedback in schools and colleges. 
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Record feedback for custom groups of students

Following suggestions from schools, we have improved the teacher’s tools. In addition to leaving 1:1 feedback for individual students, you can now also select groups of children to receive the same feedback, as well as broadcasting feedback to an entire class if you wish to. This is very useful when preparing differentiated feedback or instructions for groups within your class.

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Teacher Feedback Changes

What’s Changing? At Teacher Feedback we strive to provide our platform in the simplest yet most efficient way possible. Over this weekend we have made some noticeable changes. These changes will improve your over all experience. We hope you enjoy the changes. Student Website Interface We have completely revamped the student layout. This will allow students to navigate between subjects

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BETT Arena Seminar

Teacher Feedback will feature in a BETT Arena Seminar: The Learners Voice Series on Wednesday 2.00-2.45pm 22nd January. Leading ICT Teacher, James Blomfield, from Capel-le-Ferne Primary School in Kent, alongside pupils will present on the topic of using audio feedback to promote assessment for learning. Teacher Feedback is a new web and app service that lets teachers record feedback for

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Featured In Teaching News

Teacher Feedback has been featured on the popular TeachingNews.co.uk website - Mark Warner said: “Teacher Feedback offers a fantastic new way of providing suggestions and assessment information to pupils, by allowing teachers to record their thoughts and share these with pupils online. It’s much quicker than writing comments in books and allows children to listen to the feedback anywhere that they can access

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