Get Wise About Student Feedback & Belonging


Critical feedback encourages growth, but it can feel hard to receive for students and adults alike. That difficulty can be even more amplified for students with marginalized identities who might wonder if that feedback reflects teacher bias rather than positive intent. Those worries can stand in the way of student success!

A career teacher developer and her former student, now a Chicago educator, will help you practice using the research-based wise feedback model to improve learning, student-teacher relationships, student persistence, and students' identities as learners over time.

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  1. You’ll walk away with tested feedback practices to use with students and other adults.
  2. You’ll learn how to improve the uptake of critical feedback and ways feedback can go wrong.
  3. You’ll learn how to strengthen relationships between students and teachers for long-term growth.



Adan Garcia, Director Of Communications, Leading Educators

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