Preferences and Problems in Feedback Techniques of Bangladeshi Tertiary Level Students
Munzerin Mohiuddin and Asifa Sultana
Abstract: The study attempts to find out the preferences of students for different feedback strategies in writing, their views about the implementation and usefulness of the existing feedback practice, and their problems and expectations from it. Feedback in writing is a vital act for its development where the perception of the students is important. It is hypothesized that students have certain preferences, problems, and suggestions for the improvement of feedback. A group of 50 students of tertiary level from one institution who experiences the same feedback strategies were surveyed online for the research. The hypothesis is found to be strongly supported by the findings and discussion with a number of implications. The research concludes by indicating its benefits and giving directions for further study.
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Published in 2016