7 Things To Remember About Feedback

I came across this originally via David Truss on Twitter and Google+ and thought it would complement my previous post about the science and art of receiving feedback – 3 Variables That Profoundly Affect the Way We Respond to Feedback 

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Or why not explore this piece I did a few years back about how video games provide feedback in a formative manner – What Can We Learn About Assessment From Video Games?

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Swati Bhatt
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Swati Bhatt
2 years 11 months ago

I got feedback on my communication skills, on something I deliberately
did i.e speaking with a low controlled voice without realising that my
audience then struggle to hear me when presenting! Thank you for aNice Article

yessiralph001
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3 years 23 days ago

This is really nice article. Feedback is necessary in every field if you not have feedback of your work than you never be improved and if you not improve your self than you never been go ahead with other competitor.
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Adam Twyman
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Adam Twyman
3 years 1 month ago
This is such a useful infographic Tom, thanks for sharing. The summary of key insights from literature sharply focused my mind as I have recently changed my school’s marking policy and am currently re-writing the teaching and learning policy. I feel strongly that types of feedback, the timing of feedback and the aim of feedback is something that should be actively planned for in terms of whole school strategy as well as operationally, day to day in the practice of classroom teachers. One thought I would like to add to this relates to the timing of feedback. Shute (2008) agrees… Read more »
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