Teachers and administrators have long recognized the importance of the interaction between teachers and students as students engage in science and engineering practices in a STEM classroom. Feedback is one of the most powerful tools that a teacher can provide; providing quality feedback to students results in one of the biggest impacts on student learning gains. However, how and when the teacher delivers that feedback impacts how it is received by students. As a result, Robomatter’s curriculum solutions offer a framework for teachers in how to provide feedback to students. Robomatter’s latest white paper discusses this framework and its connection to research around the teacher’s role as a facilitator in the classroom.