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One way of conceptualising feedback in education is to view it as a stimulus that elicits a response, such as constructive comment on the strengths and weaknesses of a student's work on an assessment task. Feedback achieves its purpose only if it brings about a modification in the student's future learning behaviour and/or the teacher's teaching content or style. In nature, feedback is always a two-way process, something which is often forgotten in man-made systems such as educational assessment, where participants occupying positions in the upper levels of a ...

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