A huge thank you to everyone who attended Meaningful Feedback for Continuous Improvement in the Classroom, our webinar featuring Dr Brent Duckor and Dr Carrie Holmberg, educators at San Jose State University and authors of new book Feedback for continuous improvement in the classroom.
They spoke to their findings on feedback, with practical actions that kaiako can implement right away in their classroom to support students’ peer- and self-assessment and learning progressions.
Below you will find a recording of the webinar, and a recording of the discussion session that followed with our special guests Professor Bronwen Cowie and Professor Gavin Brown, as well as NZCER's own Dr Charles Darr. Slides are available at the bottom of this page.
About the guests
Brent Duckor, Ph.D., is professor in the Department of Teacher Education at San José State University. Dr. Duckor also serves as a core faculty member in the Ed.D. Educational Leadership program at the Lurie College of Education. Brent is Executive Director of the newly launched Center for Innovation Applied Education Policy at SJSU.
Carrie Holmberg, Ed. D., is a lecturer in the Department of Teacher Education and preservice teacher educator at San José State University. She taught at a Title I comprehensive high school in Silicon Valley for nearly a decade and has extensive experience mentoring new teachers. Carrie has twice earned her National Board Certification. She also worked with the Stanford Partner School Induction Program and the Santa Cruz/Silicon Valley New Teacher Program for many years.
Their new publication, Feedback for continuous improvement in the classroom, is available now via Corwin Press.