Giving your classmates feedback helps everyone learn! How do you give good feedback? When you give feedback, you want to make sure it’s positive, specific, and makes them think. TAG is one way to give really helpful feedback. Let’s learn how it works! 1. Click Add Response. 2. Follow the directions on each page to practice giving TAG feedback. 3. 💭 Don't forget the reflection on the last page! 4. Click the green check to add to your journal.
Giving feedback is a complex skill. Giving students a framework like TAG for giving feedback helps them learn what type of feedback is helpful and develops important digital citizenship skills. How to use this activity: - This activity teaches students the TAG framework and gives them an opportunity to practice. - Feel free to replace the example drawing with a student work sample of your own. You can post an example piece of student writing, math work, a drawing from your class, and more. - Once students master TAG, set expectations for when and how frequently they can comment on each other’s posts. - Re-assign this activity with different types of student work for students to practice giving feedback on. - If students are remote, they won't be able to see each other's work to protect privacy. Use the Seesaw Blog to promote collaboration and feedback. Students can choose what to post to the Blog then comment on each other's posts. Learn how here: www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TmU9mfwCwg Standard(s): ISTE Standard 2b Source: Thank you to Sophia Garcia Smith, Seesaw Certified Educator, for teaching the Seesaw Community the TAG framework in 2017! (https://bit.ly/3dmKD27)