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16. Can learners give each other feedback?

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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin
  • As well as getting feedback from you, it’s useful for learners to receive feedback from other learners. You can use those modelling and explaining instructional strategies to show your learners how to give effective feedback to each other.
  • If you’ve developed a set of criteria to guide your learners’ writing, these can be used to structure the feedback they might give each other. Encourage the learners to find evidence of how their texts meet these criteria.
  • Receiving and providing feedback helps learners to become aware of their own learning. This is what is meant by meta-cognition – an important feature of learning.


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