This implementation guide, created by High Tech High Media Arts (HTHMA) in San Diego, was developed from a six-week consulting program in which Juniors acted as consultants to first year teachers to provide constructive feedback and build dialogue. Providing new teachers with feedback from the student perspective helped foster positive, supportive classroom relationships which serve as the foundation for deeper learning and challenge traditional power dynamics in the classroom.
A look at the successful outcomes from the program can be read in this EdWeek blog, written by faculty and a student at HTHMA. The guide can be a useful tool for any educator or school leader who wishes to build an effective and efficient process to engage students in teacher feedback.
Source Organization: Mobilize Learning