How a teacher and students can collaborate to utilize effective feedback in the classroom
The aim of this study was to first determine how a teacher can deliver effective feedback to students while avoiding praise. A self-designed checklist and rubric based on the criteria found in the literature was developed for the researcher to use as a guide when viewing tape-recordings of feedback delivery. Students were also provided with instruction on how to create their own self-assessment tools such as, checklists and rubrics, to provide their own feedback while completing a song writing unit in the elementary music classroom. The results indicated that certain teacher feedback strategies appeared to be more successful than others, and it was apparent that the checklists and rubrics were valuable to only some participants involved in the study.
Holmen, Tara M., "How a teacher and students can collaborate to utilize effective feedback in the classroom" (2010). School of Education Student Capstones and Dissertations. 2286.
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