This blog post focuses on Quality Feedback. I have attached below several artifacts for to illustrate feedback.
This is a copy of an assignment on Rehabilitative Programs given to a student.
This is an example of the students work that was turned in for a grade.
This is an example of feedback provided for the assignment.
It is important for an instructor to consider student performance data when providing feedback so that the student is evaluated on their own personal growth and mastery of the standards. Feedback can be both observational and instructional. Feedback can focus on the effort the student has put into the work and acknowledge the quality, and feedback can help to point the student in the direction of where they can find answers or improve upon their work. Feedback is a valuable part of learning.
My name is Kris Martinez and I blog about learning public safety.