Practice + Feedback Makes Perfect

Publisher: Alterity

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Practice + Feedback Makes Perfect

It’s generally believed that to become better at something one must do it often. Just learning about it isn’t enough. That is why we repeatedly practice a behavior to learn and eventually master a skill. And while practice is crucial, it alone isn’t enough. Feedback is also needed to reinforce learning, address gaps, and motivate improvement. In fact, without feedback, learners can develop bad habits from practicing something incorrectly. Therefore, practice – plus feedback – makes perfect.