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Published on Jan 15, 2009
One important distinction to make when giving learner feedback is that of formative vs. summative evaluation. Formative evaluation is a way of giving students feedback along the way. It is the answer to the questions, "How am I doing so far?" and "How can I improve?"
Summative evaluation includes those kinds of evaluation that summarize a studentâs overall performance. For example, the final grade for a course.
In this module, we'll look at some: * General "Dos and Don'ts" for formative learner feedback. * And, some specific techniques for giving feedback on work that students have produced when the primary focus is on oral skills, and on writing skills.
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