"Warming Up" to Feedback
Without feedback, progress is very unlikely.
Check out this blog entitled "Why I Asked My Principal to Observe My Craziest Class."
The Pineapple Chart is a great way to open the door to feedback!
Continue to populate the Pineapple Chart with those great activities. It is easy for us to just assume "no one wants to see what I'm doing." Sharing your expertise helps everyone achieve more. Effective feedback gives us a wealth of information in which we can sharpen our instructional practices and, ultimately, move ALL of OUR students to the next level!
Within this Instructional Smore, you will find informative and inspirational videos, articles, and ideas that will encourage you to grow in your gifts and help grow the gifts of others.
Special thanks to Tina, HJHS PTO, and Warehouse Coffee for their contribution towards our Pineapple Perks!
Using Student Surveys
This is a great time to reflect on the praise, and or the comments that "get under your skin." It is also important to consider... What did you do to receive that praise? Is there any truth to the negative feedback that was stated?
The most important aspect of the student survey is to use their feedback to guide and/or modify your instructional plan for the next school year.