When listening to colleagues thinking… listen without judging. tune in to differences in perspective. use controversy as an opportunity to explore and understand each other's perspectives. focus on understanding where different interpretations come from. make your own thinking clear to others. be patient and persistent.
Warm and Cool Feedback Assumptions 1.We all want to get better at the work we do. 2.We all want to be courteous. 3.In order to accomplish number one, we need to be thoughtful when preparing and delivering feedback. 4.We are all in this together.
Warm feedback Statements that tell how the lesson seems to meet the desired goals. RightWrong I saw… I noticed… I heard… I see evidence of….. I like it. You are a good teacher. Great job.
Cool Feedback Statements or questions that help the presenter move forward and strengthen the lesson. RightWrong I wonder if… What would it look like if… Whats another way you might…. Im curious to know what might happen if…. You should… I think… I didnt like…
Questions to Consider During Debrief What did you learn from listening to your colleagues that was interesting or surprising? What new perspectives did your colleagues provide? How can you make use of your colleagues perspectives? What questions about teaching and assessment did looking at this plan raise for you? Are there things you would like to try in your classroom as a result of looking at the plan?