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Do observation and feedback drive dialogue and thinking about teachers’ impact on learning in your school or district? Drawing on their book Feedback to Feed Forward: 31 Strategies to Lead Learning, Patrick and Amy will dive into strategies to help you as an instructional leader maximize your time during classroom visits to determine how teachers create outcomes and influence student engagement and learning. Learn to interact with students and analyze cause and effect to ensure feedback becomes a key driver of learning at all levels.
Understand the many layers of learning that can be impacted by high-quality teacher observation and feedback
Identify the characteristics of feedback that feeds forward
Examine strategies and steps for evidence-collection during observations to determine teacher impact on engagement and learning