If we are going to be successful teachers, particularly this upcoming year, we need to manage the demands we place on our students’ active working memory.
From our own Christine Lewis, here's your guide to making feedback more meaningful for you and your students.
Somehow, knowing others have found a pathway of healing and resilience after disaster gives me the energy I need to rise out of these current circumstances and forge forward with our students in my wake, carried on by the force of my will and a toolkit of good evidence-based strategies.
Having a classroom built on trusting relationships that accepted that failure could be a part of learning led all of us to be more vulnerable and to take more risks. And this, in turn, led me to feel more comfortable letting go of more control to add more joy into the classroom.