Twelve Tips for Equitable Teaching

Verbal Feedback for Continuous Learning (updated)

 
 

PEARLS

  1. Establish feedback as an expected, frequent educational routine

  2. Link feedback to the learners’ goals and to established learning objectives

  3. Observe with efficiency—short, targeted observations for data collection

  4. Focus feedback on your observations of specific, modifiable behaviors

  5. Conduct timely conversations

  6. Use the framework: Prepare to ADAPT: Ask–Discuss–Ask–Plan Together

  7. Keep your feedback brief and digestible - limit to 1-2 main points each time

  8. Plan future performance improvements with the learner

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

» Verbal Feedback Tips (PDF)

Eberly Center at Carnegie Mellon University

The Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence and Educational Innovation brings pedagogical and technological issues together to support Carnegie Mellon faculty and graduate students in their roles as educators. CLIME encourages you to explore their site, which has resources related to designing and teaching courses, using technology for teaching, assessing teaching and learning, and designing and conducting education research.