By Gabriel Clark
Let’s start this article with a bit of well-grounded research.
According to John Hattie’s epic meta-study on factors that impact learning the most, Visible Learning, providing feedback to your students is one of the most effective things you can do as a teacher. Let’s apply this logic to error correction…But how to do it?
There are a few common issues when it comes to error correction: – We don’t like stopping our students’ flow mid-sentence. – We don’t want long and boring error . . .
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