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Effect of Student feedback


Structural elements of constructive student feedback feedback

The provision of feedback involves several key aspects that must be carefully considered. Let us explore the essential elements of constructive feedback in detail:

Student-Friendly

To ensure that feedback is well received by a student, it should be friendly, personal, encouraging and friendly. As a teacher, one must respond to a student in an easy-to-understand manner with a clear and logical train of thought.

Optimistic

In order to create academic self-confidence, there must always be a willingness to correct mistakes made, i.e. H., with a solution for how the student can demonstrate that they have corrected their incorrect answer and understood the topic at hand.

Motivation and Incentives

It is always easier to motivate and encourage through incentives such as additional credit or even sincere recognition of efforts.

Consistent and timely

Feedback must be continuous, consistent, objective, precise and stable in tone and language to achieve maximum benefit. If feedback is not given regularly, it can demotivate or disinterest students.

Goal-oriented

Feedback of any kind should be associated with measurable learning success. Additionally, teachers must not only set expectations, but also help students understand where they stand in relation to the above goals and link those goals to success in their chosen subject in the future.


Effect of Feedback
Effect of Feedback

Concise

Feedback should be concise and focused on areas that have the greatest impact on student learning. Prioritized feedback is easier for students to implement and digest.

Participation

Encourage students to participate in the issue debate and in the development of a recovery plan in whose formulation the student plays a partial role.

Encourage critical thinking

Feedback encourages students to critically analyze their work. They learn to evaluate their thought processes, decision-making and problem-solving skills, thereby improving their ability to think independently.

Motivate continuous learning

Positive feedback recognizes students' efforts and successes and strengthens their self-confidence and motivation. On the contrary: Constructive feedback strengthens the determination to overcome challenges and strive for growth.

Promoting Effective Communication

Receiving Feedback teaches students how to accept information gracefully, listen actively, and engage in meaningful dialogue. These skills are essential in both academic and real-world contexts.


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