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Establish a Feedback System to Keep Everyone Informed

Feedback and progress monitoring are critically important aspects of communication in a remote-learning environment. These are also areas that teachers may find challenging when transitioning from a physical, face-to-face classroom.

Feedback and monitoring plans require a deliberate and sustained effort. When considering how you will approach this in your remote-learning environment, be sure to consider three key questions:

  1. How will I know how my students are doing?
  2. How will my students know how they are doing?
  3. How will parents/guardians know how students are doing?

For guidance on how to answer these questions and develop your own progress monitoring system, explore the articles in this collection. You will find guiding principles, practical strategies, and technology tools for keeping your key stakeholders informed throughout the remote-learning process.

Establish a Feedback and Progress Monitoring System

Discover ways to establish a feedback and progress monitoring system that will inform your virtual learning community of teacher, students, and families.

Tips 15 min K-12

Choose Your Live Virtual Feedback Strategies and Tools

Learn strategies for providing students with feedback while teaching in a live remote-learning environment.

Tips 15 min K-12

Choose Your Self-Paced Virtual Feedback Strategies and Tools

Learn strategies for providing students with feedback while teaching in a self-paced remote-learning environment.

Tips 15 min K-12