Creating Successful Teacher Feedback Systems

This presentation will give school leaders practice in learning to recognize the feedback that teachers are asking for and discuss the types of coaching to use in walkthroughs and formal observations. Principals can use their knowledge to create an individualized approach to supporting teachers’ Ministry Development Plans, set school-wide instructional goals, and even get all staff involved in providing peer feedback to strengthen classroom instruction within their schools. This understanding will help instructional leaders design effective feedback systems that encourage, empower, and evaluate all staff.

Meredith Pucci is the principal at Westside Christian School in Middleton. She also supports pre-service teachers as a student teacher supervisor at Wisconsin Lutheran College. She has a Master’s of Science in Literacy with Reading Specialist license and training in Administration with Principal and Director of Instruction licenses. Throughout the last 16 years, she has worked with students from PreK2 – 8th grade and at the college level as an instructional coach, reading interventionist, Reading Recovery teacher, and classroom teacher.


Sunday, June 19

1:00 – 5:00 pm

Meredith Pucci