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- But not all feedback is good feedback. Despite the generally beneficial effects of feedback, one-third of studies on feedback examined in two seminal meta-analyses actually found negative effects on learning (Shute, 2008). Research points to three keys to using student feedback to improve student achievement and avoid these negative effects.
- An overview of effective and ineffective feedback and a good activity for practicing giving effective feedback. Print out the 20 sentences below and use the criteria for effective feedback below to debrief after running the activity.
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What techniques can schools use for giving effective feedback? We look at guidance on the principles of effective feedback and strategies for giving effective feedback. We also link to our articles featuring marking and feedback policies from primary, secondary and special schools.
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