This article is based on an academic paper presented at the British Educational Research Association’s conference in 2007, about training PGCE teachers in giving and receiving Clean Feedback in the classroom. The paper was delivered with our partners at the Centre of Excellence for Teaching and Learning at Liverpool John Moores University.
The article was first published in Rapport magazine in November 2008.
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