Praise and Feedback

Praise and Feedback
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  • Scenario #1
  • I can see, guys, you are all putting a great effort into researching your subtopics in depth and that you have made a great progress on your project by sharing the workload and contributing equally to it. I can’t wait to see the end product!
  • Scenario #1
  • Work Work Work Work Work Work Work Work
  • Scenario #2
  • Alise, I am so proud of you. You put such an effort into taking and analyzing data points during our photosynthesis experiment, which allowed you to draw logical and valuable conclusions from this activity. You lab report clearly shows your hard work, it is detailed and very informative.
  • Lab report
  • During a research project activity as Ms. Smith observes her students she realizes that Anne's group works effectively together by equally sharing the workload, equally contributing to the end product and making a thorough research on each subtopic. She approaches this group to praise them for the process and progress of their group work as well as for the effort they are putting into researching their subtopics.
  • Scenario #2
  • I CAN do this!!!!
  • Ms. Smith’s specific and timely feedback encourages Anne’s group to work even harder and to put even more effort into their work. At the end their project exceeds Ms. Smith’s expectations as it turns out to be exemplary.
  • Scenario #3
  • You made an excellent job in defining the vocabulary words, explaining Mendel’s laws and using the Punnett squares to calculate each monohybrid cross. However when you work with multiple alleles you need to pay more attention to defining the genomes of your offsprings as you tend to match the wrong alleles together. For example when you have an allele for eye color and another for coat color you need to make sure that all of your offsprings have an allele defining their eye color and their coat color, and not two alleles defining their eye color.
  • Alise has poor grades in biology. She believes that her grades reflect her lack of luck during assessments, and she easily gives up when faced with challenges. However her last lab report shows a great effort in taking and analyzing data points. Mr. Lee gives a positive, constructive feedback to Alise regarding her achievement.
  • Scenario #3
  • After receiving Mr. Lee’s feedback on her last lab report Alise realizes that the effort she puts into her work affects the quality of it and that she does have control over her achievements. She understands now that the more effort she puts into her learning the higher achievements she is going to have. She starts to work harder and to put more effort into her works. She does not give up anymore when faced with challenges, but keeps trying harder and harder to overcome them.
  • Quiz
  • Quiz
  • Quiz
  • Leila had a biology quiz yesterday. She is discussing her achievement now with Ms. Spencer. Ms. Spencer points out Leila’s strengths and weaknesses.
  • Ms. Spencer’s feedback allows Leila to realize what she needs to pay more attention to, and what topic she needs to work more on to achieve the desired learning outcomes.
  • Thank you Ms. Spencer. Now I know what I need to study more and what I need to pay more attention to.
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