Mathematics, Science and Technology
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High quality feedback is well-known to provide multiple student benefits, especially if students are provided the opportunity to apply the feedback. It reasons, then, that we can support student success on summative assessments by combining multiple attempts with high-quality immediate feedback. This study explores student behaviors, performance, and perspectives regarding this strategy.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Faulconer, E. (2020). Assessment as a Learning Opportunity: Feedforward with Multiple Attempts. , (). Retrieved from https://commons.erau.edu/publication/2028
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