#Reciprocation by @TeacherToolkit

Product description:
What you say, may not be heard and what you do, may not be seen. Therefore, how can you instil a feedback mechanism within your own classroom with the greatest of ease and with maximum influence? These 5 simple and effective classroom strategies offered in this presentation, each provide an insight into what I consider to be, the most influential factors for improving feedback in my own classroom practice over the past 20 years. The resource takes a look at how to use a 'reciprocal-feedback' process to move students forward and to consider how students are "measured” in the school/classroom.

Reviews:
"Thank you for your brilliant resources. They are really good and very insightful. Pitched at the right price, format and level." by @lashwe (Maths teacher)

"Purchased this. It's excellent and a really good way of injecting new ideas into my teaching practice without wading through lots of books." by Katie H

"This is just one more fantastic resource that will help me maintain outstanding in my department. Keep up the brilliant work!" by @sfleet2703 (HoD MFL)

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http://teachertoolkit.me/resources/presentations/
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