Feedback is a term used to describe every kind of information returned or fed back into a system, so that the behaviour or performance of the system is adjusted. [ It provides our participants with information that they are on the right track.
The purpose of giving feedback is to improve performance in the future. How effective it can be, may be judged from some research based in the USA. In this experiment a sports psychologist, Bandura, assigned 80 cyclists to one of four different groups:
1) Set performance goals but had no feedback.
2) Received feedback but were not set any goals
3) Had both feedback and goal setting
4) The control group had neither
Results showed that a continuous process of setting goals and receiving feedback outscored the others by almost 3:1. No matter how good participants are, they can always get better. ] User:
How might you use feedback to revise your rough draft to make it as effective as possible? Weegy:
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