10 powerful online feedback (should be called feedforward) techniques — Donald Clark Plan B

Most of the frustration experienced by learners is poor, slow or inadequate feedback; the embarrassment of being asked questions in a classroom in front of others, even one-to-one by a human tutor, the fear of asking questions in a classroom or in a Zoom session, as you’d feel stupid, the lack of opportunity to ask…

10 powerful online feedback (should be called feedforward) techniques — Donald Clark Plan B

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