Academic and Professional Skills Development- Paper

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Running head: Academic and Professional Skills Development 1Academic and ProfessionalSkills Development Feedbacks
Academic and Professional Skills Development 2IntroductionThe purpose of this paper is to analyse and understand the role of feedback in teaching. There is a wide impact as well as both negative and positive implications of feedback on the lives of students depending upon the way they perceive the same. Feedback can be understand as an information which is offered by an individuals who can be a parent, book, peer, experience, self or teacher in respect with an individual’s performance or act. In context with the feedback provided by a teacher, it is usually corrective information which is the evaluation of the performance of the students (Hattie and Timperley, 2007). The paper will discuss the different aspects of feedback in terms of power, effectiveness, motivation and few negative implications too. Role and implications and value of feedbacks in teachingThere is a vast amount of literature that highlights the importance of feedback in the education sector. The relationship between the teachers and the students enhance and improve through the continuous flow of feedbacks. There are authors such as Rowe who have explained the importance of feedbacks in a student’s life such as it helps them to build a more improved understanding of their respective study structure and thus getting much better results. As per his views, the teachers also gets an opportunity to offer guidance and support to the students so that they can achieve high level of academic development by offering them corrective feedbacks’ andimproving their weaker segments (Rowe, 2011). The teachers and the students both value feedbacks in a diverse manner depending upon their individuals’ perspective and approach. It is analysed in researches that the students who value the feedbacks are likely to have a more in-depth approach towards learning which results in positive implications over the outcomes of the overall curriculum and academic activities undertaken by the students (Rowe, 2011).Feedbacks are also considered as a ‘power’, power in terms of influence. Hattie and Timperley have explained in their research work atht power can have either positive or a negative influence.But most of the authors and researchers explained it as a positive influence rather than negative in a student’s career. The feedbacks help the students in framing reasonable goals for the career and have a complete track over the performances in respect with the set goals and objectives. Thus, the appropriate track of the goals helps in making adequate adjustments on a regular basis

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