How Feedback for Teachers and Principals Helped Their Students Do Better in Math

By Sarah Sparks
February 9, 2018

This blog article discusses the results of a research study conducted by American Institutes of Research, on behalf of the federal Institute of Education Sciences which looked at the impact on providing feedback to teachers and principals 4 times a year. Results showed some gains in math during the first year, improved trust between teachers and principals, and principals’ instructional leadership skills.

This article is a good read for educators, school and district leaders, and others designing professional development opportunities as it makes a case for using feedback more often as professional development not just assessment. To learn more about professional development in mathematics, this video looks at the work of The Better Match Teaching Network, a group of researchers and practitioners looking to transform high school math instruction to become more student-centered.

Source Organization: EdWeek

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