Feedback Logs

Feedback Logs:

 

 

Lesson Day

 

Feedback Provided 

 

How would or will you encourage students to use the feedback?

Day 1

Math

I provided the students with verbal feedback throughout thie whole group instructional process of this lesson. The students were questioned about math concepts during the teaching and given immediate verbal feedback based on their responses. I also walked around the room while students built their number racks and provided specific learners with praised, verbal feedback, and reinforcment as needed. At the end of the lesson, the entire class was given positive feedback for building their number racks and participating in discussion.

Student 1: Child 1 was given lots of one step directions, which were often broken down from multi step directions, as he responds better this way. He needed lots of extra verbal feedback throughout the lesson and during his building process. Extra written feedback will be noted on his portion of the checklist and shared with my RT and his intervention specialists. 

Student 2: Child 2 needed lots of verbal reminders and reinforcements throughout this lesson. She was given extra feedback during whole group instruction, but did fine during the building process of the lesson. Extra written feedback was written on her portion of the checklist to be added to her behavior chart and shared with her parents. 

The students will be encouraged to use the feedback from their newly built number racks to solve simple addition and subtraction problems in future lessons. In this lesson, they were taught how to use the number racks by moving beads across the pipecleaners to count, add, and subtract. They will continue to be encouraged to use these as assistive tools in days to come.

Day 2

Science

I provided the students with verbal feedback during the read aloud, whole group discussion, and expermintation process. Students will also be given written feedback on their completed observation pages based on their use of drawings and labels to record what they saw happening in their experiments. 

Student 1: Child 1 was given extra step by step verbal feedback throughout the entire experimentation process. His observation sheet will also have extra written feedback on it to be shared with his specialists and my RT. Written feedback will also be provided on his individualized assessment. 

Student 2: Child 2 was given extra verbal feedback throughout the entire experimentation process as she struggled staying on task a bit. She will also be given written feedback on her observation sheet and individualized assessment to be shared with my RT, her parents, and specialists she is working with. 

The students will be encouraged to use their recording sheets from the day of the experiment to make another observation the following day based on what happened to their leaf experiments. Their observation sheets will have a day 2 column, in which they are to observe and record a new drawing of what happened over night. They will be given positive reinforcement and verbal feedback to complete this process.

Day 3

Language Arts/Social Studies

I provided the students with verbal feedback throughout this lesson in whole group discussion, read aloud, and during the SMART board activity. The students were also provided with written feedback on their completed story illustration pages where they were to identify the main idea of our read aloud through drawings and writing.

Student 1: Child 1 will be given different written feedback on his individualized assessment based on his needs. He will also be provided with extra verbal feedback in one step sequences throughout the entire lesson.

Student 2: Child 2 will also be given different written feedback on her individualized assessment. She will be given extra verbal feedback on an as needed basis throughout the lesson, but is not expected to need it based on her needs.

The students will be  encouraged to use their newly learned information on story elements to identify those same elements during the following day's read aloud, as storytime is a daily thing in our classroom. They will also be continuously encouraged to use the SMART board for more writing activities during centers, such as, practicing writing names, sight words, etc.