The evidence on feedback: a decision tree
Feedback can improve students’ learning and performance “if delivered correctly”, but the large body of research suffers from “many conflicting findings and no consistent pattern of results.” For example, should we give immediate or delayed feedback? Studies point in apparently contradictory directions.
Could a decision tree help?
Harry Fletcher-Wood summarises and conveys some key findings from the evidence around feedback and guiding improvement in this decision tree:
This post has been adapted from the blog The evidence on feedback: a decision tree with the permission of Harry Fletcher-Wood. If you would like to read the complete blog, please click here.
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