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Effective Feedback is Necessary for Learning

By Starr Sackstein, Mimi & Todd Press Publisher and author

In the fourth installment of our back to school series, Isaac and I discuss giving effective feedback and ways teachers can manage giving feedback and holding students accountable in order to be efficient in maintaining the strategies you share with kids.

In our calendar, there is a multitude of resources that can help you on this topic. If you have additional resources to share or questions, please put them directly on the document.

If you want to check out future live shows, you can join the Facebook Group Teachers Throwing out Grades or you can watch live on my YouTube Channel.

Effective feedback is how we increase learning for all kids. The better we do it, the better they learn.

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Starr Sackstein started her teaching career at Far Rockaway High School. She spent nine years as a high school English and journalism teacher at World Journalism Preparatory School in Flushing, New York, where her students ran the multimedia news outlet WJPSnews.com. She is a certified Master Journalism Educator through the Journalism Education Association (JEA) and serves at the New York State Director to JEA to help advisers in New York better grow journalism programs.