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Feedback and Techniques Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by

This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.


According to the Merriam Webster dictio­nary, feedback is "the transm­ission of evaluative or corrective inform­ation about an action, event, or process to the original or contro­lling source."

Recomm­end­antions when giving feedback.

1.- Do not wait until the end of the course or program to give feedback. feedback can be giving after every activity.
2.- Be positive and honest when giving feedback.
3.- Give feedback in different ways, do not repeat the same phrase over and over. if you have to go deeper for the student to get that he/she needs to improve, do it.

Techniques to give Feedback.

1.- Approach your students with a good attitude, do not intimidate them or offensive.
2.- Corrective Feedback: tell your students the areas they need to improve and help them how to improve.
3.- Unders­tanding and supportive feedback: this kind of feedback is to cheer up our students not to punish them. Give them time to express needs and feelings about the class.
4.- Constr­uctive and not-ju­dgm­ental Feedback: teacher allows the students to make mistakes by making sure the students know that mistakes are crucial when learning.