Providing Feedback using the Claim, Connect, Action™ Feedback Framework
As an instructional leader I can…
- Use the Claim, Connect, Action™ framework to assess the effectiveness of feedback reports.
- Apply the Claim, Connect, Action™ framework to written feedback reports.
Write a Claim, Connect, Action™ feedback statement for a single indicator based on an classroom lesson video.
Submit a ReVIEW Video-Based Calibration
Supported by completion of activities and forums in Part I and Part II of the series but can stand on its own.
Resources You Will Need:
- Sample Claim, Connect, Action Statements
- EBO Workbook Pages
Optional – Heen, S. & Stone, D. (2014) Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well. New York: Viking Press
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Warm Up Review your notes from the exemplar report and non-examples provided in the previous lessons. Consider for a few minutes a teacher with whom you have supervised or…