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Several studies have defined feedback in a more holistic way by outlining various principles of good feedback practices.
Unfortunately, there are conflicting views among the faculty and the students regarding feedback practices.
Keywords: Feedback, Constructive feedback, Barriers to feedback, Principles of constructive feedback, Models of feedback, Reflection, Self assessment, Clinical practice.
Feedback is a dynamic process that involves both the learners and clinical supervisors meant to provide constructive feedback on student's performance in order to improve their clinical skills.
Regarding error and error corrective feedback in second language learning, there have always been contrastive views.
In Pakistani context, there are studies to find the effects of corrective feedback (Gul and Sherwin, 2012; Noureen, Akhtar and Nisa, 2013; Ahmad, Slam, and Saeed, 2013) but this study focuses on perception and attitude of teachers towards CF at primary school level where learners are at beginning level of L2 learning.
It could be intuitively stated that a positive feedback "never stops" and is necessarily associated with a runaway regime.
i] due to the feedback (subscript/stands for feedback).
Inherent feedback consists of sensory information that arises as a natural consequence of attempting to perform a task, and can be further divided into categories of either proprioceptive or exteroceptive feedback.
In his landmark article Ende (1983) describes feedback in clinical education as 'information describing students' or house officers' performance in a given activity that is intended to guide their future performance in that same or in a related activity' (p.
Each student had randomly received written and audio feedback during an eight-week period.
In this final article I will draw together some key findings and issues raised by the different contributors to this special volume and consider the implications and directions for future research on feedback.