Teachers can use a variety of tools to help students become comfortable with receiving, incorporating, and giving feedback.
Teachers know that giving frequent, timely, and useful feedback can positively affect learning in their class, but the enduring power of feedback stays with a student who knows how to seek, give, and use it in order to enhance self-efficacy. For the teacher, feedback is an essential part of formative assessment that guides adapting instruction to meet learner needs. For a student who leads this process, feedback shapes growth and builds up confidence in their competency.
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