By the teacher: telling the students that their mangling of the English language was brilliant, excellent, a great improvement, etc, but there are one or two teensy-weensy little areas that might need extra practice. By students: reporting back from a Find Someone Who with enthralling revelations such as "We found that Ari and Ria have never been waterskiing, Wawan, Dani and Sri think Titanic is a good film, and all the class want to go home."
Information conveyed by the teacher to students and their parents concerning progress made on identified tasks.
When teachers (or peers) respond to work in terms of strengths and aspects for improvement. The term 'two stars and a wish' refers to one form of feedback that focuses on strengths while pointing out something that could be improved. Feedback should concentrate on bridging the gap between present performance and desired goal.
The process of providing a structured response, with information about work in terms of strengths and aspects for improvement. Feedback can be written or verbal. However the aim is to bridge the gap between present performance and desired goal, and is instrumental in moving towards next steps in learning.
the information and recommendations provided to a teacher about his/her performance based on the results of that teacher's evaluation and designed to help the teacher improve his/her performance and make decisions concerning professional development and improvement. See Reporting.