Clare Feeney | Head of Content, Australia
Feedback is a key influence on learning and achievement (Hattie and Timperley, 2007). In Hattie’s (Hattie, 1999) ground-breaking study, feedback was placed within the top 5-10 influences on student achievement (effect size 0.79). Feedback can be defined as information provided by an agent regarding aspects of one's performance or understanding.
The aim of feedback is to provide information about what is currently understood, what is aimed to be understood and how to fill that gap.
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