Tweet: Early evaluation,early feedback and early intervention for student success by @AliceSNKim

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In the paper“Early, But Not Intermediate, Evaluative Feedback Predicts Cumulative Exam Scores in Large Lecture-Style Post-Secondary Education Classrooms”, researchers Alice S. N. Kim and Sharry Shakory investigated whether early and intermediate evaluative feedback on in-class quizzes were predictive of students’ scores on a final cumulative exam in a third-year Psychology course at a large North American university.
 
The results of the regression analysis showed that early, but not intermediate, evaluative feedback was predictive of students’ scores on the final cumulative exam.
 
 

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