Motivational feedback is a significant factor in achieving student outcomes, creating a culture of high expectations, developing a love of learning, valuing continuous improvement and enhancing self-efficacy for all students no matter what they are learning and where they are learning. Learn how you can provide motivational feedback to support all learners at their point of need.

When we know why, when and how to apply motivational strategies to the feedback we provide to our students, we accelerate opportunities for our students to deepen their knowledge, improve their learning, transfer their skills, and achieve an ongoing and higher level of success. Discover what is possible for you and your students in this highly engaging, practical and evidence-based course including opportunities to apply your professional learning to meet the feedback needs of your learners.

This online course will allow you to:

  • Identify key factors that contribute to successful feedback.
  • Understand the essential components of ‘feeding’ and their intentional application to activating learning.
  • Experience practical motivational strategies that relate to the needs of your learners.
  • Analyse your current feedback and plan new motivational feedback strategies that are relevant to your learners and setting.

Course approach: Self paced.

Course length: Approximately 3 hours.


This online course is suitable for professionals working in Catholic, Government and Independent Primary or Secondary schools:

  • Classroom teachers
  • Specialist teachers
  • Curriculum leaders
  • Pre-service, Graduates and Relief teachers. 

What you need for this online course:

  • Access to a laptop/notebook or desktop device with internet connectivity and headphones.
  • Relevant resources from downloadable links provided.

Meet your Presenter ...

Georgina Pazzi is a Specialist Education and Wellbeing Consultant. She works in Government, Catholic and Independent Primary, Secondary and Special Schools, as well as Early Childhood, Tertiary, Business and Not-for-Profit organisations. She has over 33 years of experience in educational leadership including curriculum innovation, ICT, progressive pedagogies, coaching, assessment and reporting. She has headed key government educational initiatives, developed successful learning, wellbeing and leadership programs, and consulted for the Department of Education and Training. As an expert teaching practitioner, Georgina works extensively in classrooms with teachers and their diverse students to improve practice, student outcomes and learning environments. Georgina is also an outstanding learning and wellbeing coach, working holistically with at risk students from preschool to Year 12 and their families.

Her extensive research and expertise in education, wellbeing, and digital learning, led to the development of Human Literacy as a progressive, sustainable curriculum, pedagogy and heutagogy that holistically transforms teaching, learning and wellbeing. Georgina is known internationally as an inspiring speaker, researcher, businesswoman, philanthropist and strong advocate for educators, young people and parents to ensure lifelong learning success. Georgina was previously an Assistant Principal in a two campus P-9 College. Her passion for excellence in education has been recognised in state and national awards. Her presentations will leave you with a wealth of knowledge, strategies, resources and inspiration to make a difference to all you work with.