Ladder of Feedback
I use the Ladder of Feedback from Project Zero a lot with students and in workshops/ proijects, but I really like this version adapted by Sonya Terborg, adding “Thanks” at the end. Give it a go!
I am working with MYP students on a Design unit at the moment in which they are designing a solution under the umbrella topic of “Improving Lives”. Everyone is at the stage of needing feedback on ideas in order to help inform their decision of which idea to pursue in more detail. To guide this process, I went in search of a thinking routine or protocol that might provide some structure to this feedback.
I was initially inspired by a Mind/Shift post on Developing Students’ Ability to Give and Take Effective Feedback. It detailed a High School idea of using DeBono’s thinking hats to guide feedback and a modified ‘warm/cool’ feedback protocol for primary students. While these ideas got me thinking, I was looking for something a little more in depth than the warm/cool and a little more structured – or more specifically, something with a more defined structure…
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