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Why Give Feedback to Learners?

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Feedback is the criterion-referenced indication of the difference between a learner’s attained level of outcome (goal/skill/competency) attainment or achievement and the set outcome (goal/skill/competency) that serves as a standard against which the attained level of achievement is assessed (measured).

Feedback may be supplied in a variety of forms: oral or written report, an assessment grid, peer-remarks, a record card, a tutorial, etc.

Therefore, to be able to supply feedback the learners must be aware of the set outcomes and assessment criteria for the learning unit.

Click here to view a video that explains the importance of feedback