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Tagged evidence is meaningless to teachers. Evaluators need to provide a clear narrative that promotes deep thinking about instruction that will result in improved instructional outcomes. At ReVision Learning we believe evaluators must provide evidence based feedback as a comprehensive learning tool.

In this lesson you will:
Analyze and evaluate a feedback report for the types of evidence used based on ReVision Supervisory Continuum Indicator F:

Feedback report serves as a comprehensive learning tool containing clearly articulated evidence-based
feedback and explicit connections.

 

journalWarm Up

Using what you know about the RVL Supervisory Continuum expectations, think about how a written feedback report can serve as a learning tool, considering what it can provide a teacher and how it could change practice. 

Setting the Context

Follow the think aloud for RVL Indicator F.

 

Learning Task

Read the rest of the evaluator’s feedback for CCT 3b and also indicator 3a.

Do you notice the same areas of strength and areas of challenge from the first sample?

Select a performance rating for this evaluator’s report for Indicator F of the RVL Continuum and list 2-3 pieces of evidence to support the rating. Click on the “View the Lesson Quiz” to enter your answers.

 

 

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