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provides information to students that can guide their learning (Bangert-Drowns,
Kulik, Kulik, & Morgan, 1991). Consequently, feedback should be specific and
informational about what students have done well and about what they need to
improve. This view of feedback is more consistent with a cognitive or social
cognitive view of learning, but it provides additional important guidance on how
to provide students with effective feedback. Consider these examples of specific,
• Your introductory paragraph does an excellent job of identifying the
key points you will address in your paper. You may want to review
your coverage of these main points in your paper’s summary. 13 • You have written a clear and researchable hypothesis for your science
fair project. However, you need to consult the points I wanted you to
cover in your discussion of your method. For example, how long will
the study take?
Mastery Learning as an Instructional Strategy As stated earlier in the chapter, instructional principles and techniques can
be combined to create a teac...
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This document was uploaded on 03/29/2014 for the course EPS 324 at N. Arizona.
- Spring '08