Three lessons from data on the best ways to give feedback to students – Education By The Numbers

Proponents of computerized instruction often point out that software can give instant feedback to students. And that helps students learn more. That’s why a personal tutor can be so powerful. He or she can immediately react when there’s a misunderstanding and provide an explanation or a hint. But the truth is, educators don’t really understand …


Sometimes immediate feedback is not the best strategy. The type of activity determines the best type of feedback. Explanations are always effective.

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