Specific Feedback and Praise
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The teacher is using preemptive feedback in order that the students will be able to use their preparation time more effectively.
The assessment is one week away. I want to give you guys the rubric for the test so it is clear what I expect and how you will be scored.
The teacher has the class focus on a specific section of the assignment. Additionally, he has the students give each other feedback using the rubric. This helps them better understand their mistakes when they go back and review it.
Ok, we are going to focus on the last section of the test where you had to create your own word problem. You are going to give feedback on each others' test.
...One week later, after the test...
This is direct, specific feedback as to why this section of the test was good, as well as one mention of how it could be improved.
You have been working really hard on prepping for this test, especially the word problem creation. You came up with some good problems. They were well-structured, detailed, and the solutions provided were clear. If we can remember to incorporate more of the advanced linear equation techniques, then you will be ready for the final and the end of the semester.
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