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Toward Learner-centered Feedback Strategy Research

Ting Chen


Feedback is one of the most influential factors in learning and achievement, so it is necessary to pay special attention to it in teaching. Based on the analysis of Hattie’s “Feedback Model for Promoting Learning” and Carless’s “3p Model for Learner’s Feedback Experience”, this paper further puts forward the learner-centered feedback strategy in normal teaching. From the perspective of teachers and students, teachers should be encouraged to provide and use feedback effectively. For students, we should focus on cultivating their feedback literacy.


Feedback; Learner-centered; Teacher; Feedback model

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i14.8662