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Providing Quality Feedback

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After a long day of teaching at the office, you check your grade bin and find hundreds of lessons waiting to be graded!When you go to the break room to grab a snack before diving in, you find a note and decide to read it...

Look at the note on the fridge

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Great lesson today! I believe in your ability to clear your grade bin...while providing quality feedback! Here's a recipe to see you through!Sincerely,Tom and Roberto

Quality feedback is all of the following except:

Communicates progress

Targeted

Lengthy

Timely

When providing feedback, the aim is to provide feedback that is:

Too much

Too little

Nonexistent

Just right

Providing feedback that says, "Good job!" is:

Just right

Too little

Nonexistent

Too much

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Rank the feedback from too little, to just right, to too much:

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A. Too little

B. Just right

C. Too much

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Good job on your project, Addie!

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Good start! Indent your paragraph by hitting the tab key. Capitalize the first word in your third sentence and the name Poppy because it's a proper noun. You spelled Mesopotamian wrong. Your entire draft is one run-on sentence and needs a period at the end of each complete sentence. Be sure to make all of those changes for the final draft.

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Good start, Rae! You did a good job writing in first person and using imagery! Be sure to check your MLA format, indentation, and spelling for the final draft. Let me know if you have any questions about those!

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There's no such thing as providing too much feedback.

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The pitfall of providing too much feedback is it doesn't give learners the opportunity to practice and implement the feedback they received.

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Feedback is just as meaningful later as it is sooner:

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Congrats, you've escaped!

You're ready to provide quality feedback!

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1. Fantastic job, Bob!

1 - B

2 - C

3 - A

2. Great start, Bob! You did a good job solving for X. Just remember to pay attention to whether each answer should be positive or negative. Please let me know if you have any questions!

3. Good start, Bob! You solved for X correctly but forgot to pay attention to whether the answer was positive or negative. The correct answers are as follows:1. Negative2. Positive3. Negative4. Negative5. Positive6. Positive Remember, a negative times a positive is always negative.

Good attempt! I think it would be beneficial if we met to review this concept. Please send me a chat in Edio to let me know when works best for you!

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2 - B

3 - A

You answered every question wrong. Make and send corrections if you would like to improve your grade.