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What Do You Know: What Should We Include in Feedback?

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

In my last post about feedback, I discussed how research shows that feedback can improve learning. But it doesn’t always. Hattie and Timperley (2007) explain that feedback helps learning most when it deals with three specific learning problems: 

  1. Misunderstandings. For example, people may think that saving is important, but that it doesn’t matter when you save. (Wrong! It matters because of compound interest!) 
  2. Forgotten information or strategies. For example: Which is more
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