Why Don’t Students Use Teacher Feedback to Improve?

Posted: January 14, 2014 by broadyesl in Uncategorized
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There is a study confirming what most of us already know.  Excerpt:

Here’s the conclusion of a small but intriguing study. Its findings reveal “only limited support for the idea that students actually do respond to feedback and make changes in a subsequent piece of assessable work consistent with the intentions that underlay the provided feedback.” (p. 577) -Want to read the rest?  Click the link

http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-and-learning/dont-students-use-teacher-feedback-improve/#sthash.uvMHzHtm.dpuf

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