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A Matrix for Developing Feedback


Effective feedback is crucial for student learning.

structured feedback matrix helps educators provide clear, actionable, and consistent feedback.

This approach ensures that feedback is constructive and aligned with learning objectives, significantly improving student understanding and performance.


Data shows schools using structured feedback models see a rise in student achievement levels. Here is an example of a proven model: Feedback Matrix for Primary Schools


1. Criteria Identification

  • What to Evaluate: Identify specific criteria for assessment (e.g., completeness, accuracy, creativity).

  • Description: Briefly describe what success looks like for each criterion.

2. Evidence of Performance

  • Observation: Note specific examples of how the student's work meets or does not meet each criterion.

  • Comparison: Compare the work against the success criteria and provide specific examples.

3. Constructive Feedback

  • Strengths: Highlight what the student did well.

  • Areas for Improvement: Suggest specific areas where improvements can be made.

  • Actionable Steps: Provide clear, achievable steps the student can take to improve.

4. Student Reflection

  • Feedback Reflection: Allow space for the student to write their thoughts about the feedback.

  • Action Plan: Help the student formulate a plan to implement the feedback in future work.

This matrix encourages a systematic approach to feedback, ensuring it is both comprehensive and actionable, thereby enhancing learning outcomes and student engagement.




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