School Leadership Reimagined - Does feedback look different for remote teaching?

EPISODE 77

Does feedback look different for
remote teaching?

Biggest Takeaways You Don't Want to Miss:
  • If your evaluation instrument or process must be revised every time there is a new crisis, then is it really serving you in the first place?
  • Good teaching is good teaching, even in unusual or unprecedented circumstances.
  • If you have a good feedback system, you can rely on it even in times of crisis.

I've been getting a lot of pushback lately around how feedback has to look different when you're observing a remote classroom. So, in this episode, I want to tackle the myths around feedback and evaluation of remote learning contexts and highlight the difference between the way that leaders approach feedback and builders approach feedback.

Plus we'll tackle some of the most common "yes, buts..." around remote feedback and you'll discover how to help every teacher welcome and embrace your feedback and use your feedback to create more meaningful learning experiences for students when you give them feedback #LikeABuilder.

Check out these highlights:

  • Have you always wanted to attend Builder’s Lab but could never get away? We’ve designed a virtual Builder’s Lab that will be unlike any online or virtual event you’ve ever experienced. It’s called Builder’s Lab 360 Experience and it’s going to have all the things we love most about Builder’s Lab plus a few more upgrades that make it even MORE powerful! Go to www.mindstepsinc.com/builders-lab to get your tickets.   
  •  Have you joined the new School Leadership Reimagined facebook group? It’s where we can continue the conversation after the show. Just click here to join.
  • The pushback I received around my declaration that “good teaching is good teaching.”
  • The challenges that many administrators are facing as they try to give teachers feedback in a remote learning environment.
  • How Builders give teachers feedback and what makes their kind of feedback crisis-proof.
  • What you can do when you can’t see the students or “walk the walls” to evaluate whether a lesson is truly reaching students.
  • Why teachers need good feedback now more than ever.
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