THE VARIOUS EFFECTS FEEDBACK HAS ON LEARNING
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The main aim of the following study was to identify the various affects which feedback from coaches and teachers has on learners. Although there is a number of researches into the effects of feedback there is no clear evidence of the effects of feedback from teachers and coaches. Expanding on Coker (2004) suggestion that feedback plays three roles in learning. Additionally, there are many ways in which educators provide feedback, the study looks at how coaches and teachers provide feedback using different feedback types. The focus of the study is to identify the effects feedback has on learning, and whether the affects vary if they are received from coaches or teachers. To explore this, semi-structured interviews were carried out with coaches and Physical education teachers. The interviews were split into various sections addressing the literature found, providing teacher and coaches understanding of the topics, and experiences that they believe were relevant. The interviews were transcribed and data was analyses using coding (Gratton & Jones 2010). The study identified numerous key themes, and differences, that highlight the effects feedback has on learning through varied delivery methods. The conclusion summarised how feedback can be effective in a positive and negative manner, in addition how all educators involved in the study believe augmented feedback in order for learning and development to occur. This study offers an insight into the findings of the study, with recommendations for future studies
DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (HONOURS) SPORT COACHING
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