A Window into the Classroom – the strategic use of Student Feedback
As an educator you want the best possible learning outcomes for the students in your care.
You know continuous and sustained improvement in teacher practice is essential if schools are to produce collaborative, creative and resilient young adults who can think and act for themselves and be meaningful contributors to society.
Educational literature tells us that teacher feedback from senior leaders, peers and most importantly, the students themselves is the best way of determining a teacher’s overall effectiveness.
Indeed, student perception has been proven to be a more accurate indicator of teacher quality than a principal’s assessment.