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Giving Effective Feedback 3 - Unhelpful and Helpful Feedback

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Published on Aug 17, 2010

http://www.elu.sgul.ac.uk/wba/

Compare and contrast these feedback sessions following the cranial nerves examination and relate each of them to your responses to the questions about the video clip.

Particularly look for: * Starting the feedback session * Involving the student * Identifying student performance of specific aspects of the examination * Giving feedback based on specific observations * Giving feedback that can be acted upon * Setting goals/constructing action plans * Completing paperwork * Concluding the session

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