Providing constructive feedback supports students' writing development by letting them know how to improve their writing. Getting immediate, specific feedback during the writing process can help students practice Metacognition while refining their Foundational Writing Skills.
Watch as this teacher conferences with her student about writing feedback. By giving written feedback, she helps the student identify areas of strength and progress and brings the student's Attention to skills like adding details or new Vocabulary.
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Products like Kaizena allow for teachers to provide feedback in different modalities, including audio comments. Teachers can also include mini lessons to help remind students of and support development of Foundational Writing Skills.
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