So, three things I have on my walls in my new room (which is my own room, and I LOVE having my own room!) I thought I'd share are Magic Folders, A DIY Learning Wall and a VCOP Modelling Wall (the last of these isn't really feedback based per se, but is certainly part of the conversation to have during the lead up to a task, in that I can refer to mistakes/misconceptions from a previous piece of writing).
1. Magic folders: when marking work, I place coloured dots (very cheap from ASDA if memory serves) when I see a basic literacy (or other) kind of mistake, which links to one of the folders I have pinned to my back wall (see picture- if you zoom, each folder has a different coloured dot on it).
During DIRT time, students then respond to my feedback, as well as finding tasks on the back wall that link to a mistake they have made. Obviously, you can have all manner of tasks but I'm starting with simple ones. It's shaved a tonne of time off my marking and students seem to enjoy the process of getting something back for their work and tangibly improving it.
2. A DIY Learning Wall (pic below): This is probably just dressed up and overly flashy, but I am really keen on helping students articulate themselves within the context of a lesson. Part of this is having a dedicated wall to help them structure their feedback to one another, as well as reflecting upon their own success. It's simply a collection of sentence stems, as well as a question grid from John Sayers to also help students come up with their own questions- yesterday, I had students ask questions to Lady Macbeth using the question grid, which worked nicely too. DISCLAIMER: bland health and safety display on bottom left is not mine...
3. A Modelling VCOP Wall Space: We have a shiny new build which is fab (despite the fact my interactive whiteboard hasn't worked since the start of term). However, the builders decided to put the whiteboards on a height that only probably the 7 foot plus Peter Crouch could justifiably use. I decided to use this wasted top area as a place to put VCOP posters, under which I could model each bit of the process for different types of writing for students. To begin with, I've given them the vocab/openers but I'm increasingly asking students to lead this process before writing begins. Again, see the pic below!