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The Cambridge Handbook of Instructional Feedback

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Valerie Shute, Anastasiya A. Lipnevich, Jeffrey K. Smith, Dylan Wiliam, Gordon Stobart, Susan M. Brookhart, Jacqui Murray, N. Ruth Gasson, Gavin T. L. Brown, Lois R. Harris, Kelvin H. K. Tan, Hwei Ming Wong, Steve Graham, Marian Small, Amy Lin, Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo, Heidi Kroog, Kelly A. Parkes, Dana Murano, Jonathan E. Martin, Jeremy Burrus, Richard D. Roberts, Jacques van der Meer, Phillip Dawson, Joan Sargeant, Christopher Watling, Vidya S. Athota, Ashish Malik, Cassim Munshi, Christopher C. Deneen, Bruce D. Homer, Teresa M. Ober, Jan L. Plass, Heidi L. Andrade, Ernesto Panadero, Anders Jonsson, Maryam Alqassab, Thomas R. Guskey, Anil Kanjee, Masahiro Arimoto, Ian Clark, Allison B. Kaufman, Michele M. Pagel, Rick Stiggins, Anders Jönsson, Ernesto Panadero, Thomas Goetz, Maike Krannich, Katarzyna Gogol, Molly Holinger, James C. Kaufman
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  • Date Published: November 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107179394

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  • This book brings together leading scholars from around the world to provide their most influential thinking on instructional feedback. The chapters range from academic, in-depth reviews of the research on instructional feedback to a case study on how feedback altered the life-course of one author. Furthermore, it features critical subject areas - including mathematics, science, music, and even animal training - and focuses on working at various developmental levels of learners. The affective, non-cognitive aspects of feedback are also targeted; such as how learners react emotionally to receiving feedback. The exploration of the theoretical underpinnings of how feedback changes the course of instruction leads to practical advice on how to give such feedback effectively in a variety of diverse contexts. Anyone interested in researching instructional feedback, or providing it in their class or course, will discover why, when, and where instructional feedback is effective and how best to provide it.

    • Illustrates how providing feedback influences student achievement
    • Emphasizes the practical uses of assessment information for educators of all levels and subjects
    • Addresses most, if not all, subject areas and learners at different levels of development
    • Hosts a wide range of leading researchers from around the world and shows the contrasting goals of education from many different cultures
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    'Feedback is powerful but variable: this book addresses both themes in a manner that will set the scene for the next decade of research and practice on feedback. The balance of topics, the richness of interpretation of the research, and the directions as to 'where to next' makes this the go-to book on feedback research.' John Hattie, Laureate Professor, University of Melbourne, Australia and Chair of the Board of the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership

    'Authoritative, comprehensive, and wide ranging. This is the go-to-guide on instructional feedback. Required reading for anyone interested in developing a deeper understanding of the who, what, when, why, and how of instructional feedback.' Ronold A. Beghetto, University of Connecticut

    'This is a remarkable collection and an essential addition to the libraries of researchers and practitioners alike. The chapters provide analyses of instructional feedback that are both wide-ranging and deeply examined. No matter what age group, subject, or context is your focus, you will find a wealth of critical information and creative ideas in this handbook.' Anita Woolfolk Hoy, Professor Emerita, The Ohio State University

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    • Date Published: November 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107179394
    • length: 648 pages
    • dimensions: 259 x 183 x 36 mm
    • weight: 1.32kg
    • contains: 36 b/w illus. 35 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Foreword Valerie Shute
    Preface Anastasiya A. Lipnevich and Jeffrey K. Smith
    Part I. Theoretical Foundations: Methods and Concepts:
    1. Feedback: at the heart of – but definitely not all of – formative assessment Dylan Wiliam
    2. Becoming proficient: an alternative perspective on the role of feedback Gordon Stobart
    3. Summative and formative feedback Susan M. Brookhart
    4. Toward a taxonomy of written feedback messages Jacqui Murray, N. Ruth Gasson and Jeffrey K. Smith
    5. Methods in feedback research Gavin T. L. Brown and Lois R. Harris
    Part II. Domain-Specific Feedback:
    6. Assessment feedback in primary schools in Singapore and beyond Kelvin H. K. Tan and Hwei Ming Wong
    7. Instructional feedback in writing Steve Graham
    8. Instructional feedback in mathematics Marian Small and Amy Lin
    9. Looking closely at mathematics and science classroom feedback practices: examining artifacts, students' products and teachers' communications Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo and Heidi Kroog
    10. Instructional feedback in music Kelly A. Parkes
    11. Feedback and noncognitive skills: from working hypotheses to theory-driven recommendations for practice Dana Murano, Jonathan E. Martin, Jeremy Burrus and Richard D. Roberts
    12. Feedback in tertiary education: challenges and opportunities for enhancing current practices Jacques van der Meer and Phillip Dawson
    13. Instructional feedback in medical education Joan Sargeant and Christopher Watling
    14. The 360-degree feedback at workplace: a transformative learning perspective Vidya S. Athota and Ashish Malik
    Part III. Contexts and Sources of Feedback:
    15. Technology-enhanced feedback Cassim Munshi and Christopher C. Deneen
    16. Feedback and game design Bruce D. Homer, Teresa M. Ober and Jan L. Plass
    17. Feedback in the context of self-assessment Heidi L. Andrade
    18. Providing formative peer feedback: what do we know? Ernesto Panadero, Anders Jonsson and Maryam Alqassab
    19. Feedback, correctives, and the use of pre-assessments Thomas R. Guskey
    20. Teacher expectations and feedback practices in South African schools Anil Kanjee
    21. Interactive assessment: cultural perspectives and practices in the nexus of 'heart or mind' Masahiro Arimoto and Ian Clark
    22. Instructional feedback in animals Allison B. Kaufman and Michele M. Pagel
    Part IV. Student Responses to Feedback:
    23. The emotional dynamics of feedback from the student's point of view Rick Stiggins
    24. Facilitating students' active engagement with feedback Anders Jönsson and Ernesto Panadero
    25. Performance feedback and emotions Thomas Goetz, Anastasiya A. Lipnevich, Maike Krannich and Katarzyna Gogol
    26. The relationship between creativity and feedback Molly Holinger and James C. Kaufman
    Part V. Concluding Remarks:
    27. Instructional feedback: analysis, synthesis, and extrapolation Jeffrey K. Smith and Anastasiya A. Lipnevich.

  • Editors

    Anastasiya A. Lipnevich, Queens College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York
    Anastasiya A. Lipnevich is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology and a Director of Faculty Research Development at Queens College and the Graduate Center, the City University of New York.

    Jeffrey K. Smith, University of Otago, New Zealand
    Jeffrey K. Smith is a Professor and Associate Dean of the University Research Performance at the University of Otago, New Zealand.

    Contributors

    Valerie Shute, Anastasiya A. Lipnevich, Jeffrey K. Smith, Dylan Wiliam, Gordon Stobart, Susan M. Brookhart, Jacqui Murray, N. Ruth Gasson, Gavin T. L. Brown, Lois R. Harris, Kelvin H. K. Tan, Hwei Ming Wong, Steve Graham, Marian Small, Amy Lin, Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo, Heidi Kroog, Kelly A. Parkes, Dana Murano, Jonathan E. Martin, Jeremy Burrus, Richard D. Roberts, Jacques van der Meer, Phillip Dawson, Joan Sargeant, Christopher Watling, Vidya S. Athota, Ashish Malik, Cassim Munshi, Christopher C. Deneen, Bruce D. Homer, Teresa M. Ober, Jan L. Plass, Heidi L. Andrade, Ernesto Panadero, Anders Jonsson, Maryam Alqassab, Thomas R. Guskey, Anil Kanjee, Masahiro Arimoto, Ian Clark, Allison B. Kaufman, Michele M. Pagel, Rick Stiggins, Anders Jönsson, Ernesto Panadero, Thomas Goetz, Maike Krannich, Katarzyna Gogol, Molly Holinger, James C. Kaufman

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