Feedback most common…
One of the most shared tips of mine is printing on sticky notes to help you get ahead of the feedback train!
Let me say this though: THIS SHOULD NEVER BE USED INSTEAD OF GOOD, PERSONALISED AND DETAILED FEEDBACK.
If the feedback you give doesn’t move a learner forward in some way then don’t do it!
(see my post on ‘moving learners forward’ from #teach2017 conference)
However, simple and common feedback statements like ‘please check spellings here’ or ‘Add an example to enhance this answer’ could be printed on sticky notes and kept with you to help you speed up some of the feedback process.
There’s also a million other uses for the process once you master creating templates.
Here’s the video I share on social media that’s always well received.
For more on sticky notes check out my book for teachers on Amazon:
Teach, Reflect, Doodle