The Comparative Effectiveness of Two Forms of Feedback: Web-Based Model Comparison and Instructor Delivered Corrective Feedback
Journal of Educational Computing Research Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 0735-6331
Examined the comparative effectiveness of two forms of feedback, instructor delivered corrective feedback and a Web-based model comparison feedback, on two complex tasks in a university setting. Results showed student performance was significantly better on the criterion task when they received instructor delivered corrective feedback. (Author/LRW)
Riccomini, P. (2002). The Comparative Effectiveness of Two Forms of Feedback: Web-Based Model Comparison and Instructor Delivered Corrective Feedback. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 27(3), 213.
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