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Preventing feedback fizzle
by Brookhart, Susan M.
The article discusses feedback in education, and offers advice for delivering effective feedback. The assertion that feedback must be timely, specific, positive, and tailored to the specific students' needs and understanding is examined, and the advice to ensure that feedback is descriptive of the work rather than the student is presented. The argument that feedback is not useful to students if they do not have timely opportunities to apply it and if they do not have a clear, specific goal to work towards is also commented on.
Page(s) 24-29
Article ID 1000128093
FEEDBACK (PSYCHOLOGY)
TEACHING METHODS
PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING
GOALS (PSYCHOLOGY)
TEACHERS -- EFFECTIVENESS
 
Educational Leadership (HS)
ISSN 0013-1784
Vol. 70 Iss. 1 Yr. 2012 Sep
 
 
 
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