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    ‘steady’. It refers to the processes by which the body and internal cells seek to constantly maintain an internal state of balance and equilibrium even when faced with external environmental changes. This is achieved through either positive or negative feedback loop controls associated mainly with the endocrine and nervous systems. Principal homeostatic processes include regulation of blood pH, glucose, osmoregulation, and also temperature. Although some homeostatic mechanisms such as…

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    The evidence I have for the collegiate/peer feedback is the comment I received from the mentor teacher on my self-evaluation form, the self-evaluation form for the self-assessment/reflection, and 3 students surveys from each of the three classes that I taught for the student feedback (see Appendix 1). Area of strength An area of strength for my teaching practice would be the different teaching methods and multiple forms of literacy that I’ve included in the lessons, as I have been trying to…

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    Feedback is an effective method to use which helps to aid children 's learning. This method is used frequently in the class I work with. For example, the teacher marks children 's homework, other worksheets the children did in class, which I then file in the children 's folders. The teacher then gives them feedback by writing comments on the sheets stating how good the child accomplish the task or whether the child needed to put more effort in completing the task, also the teacher wrote if the…

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    role in guiding other participants to create effective changes. From my observation, I feel like good leaders should be capable of making good decisions and opening to feedback because both of them are important keys to help the leaders become more open-minded. Positive feedback makes leaders become more confident, and negative feedback helps leaders in understanding their imperfection. I realize that followers tend to follow those leaders who are confident, because confident leaders are able to…

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    Furnborough and Truman (2009) stated that feedback fills the gaps between learners’ knowledge and target language competence. Dorney (1994) postulated that feedback is “a process, which carries a clear message about the teacher’s priorities and is reflected in the students’ motivation”. As Chastain (1988) states, the type of feedback teachers provide to students shows whether they view language as a grammatical system or as a communicative system. Feedback on language forms pushes students to…

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    Technology Technology for me is a major weakness. The system crashing or technology malfunctions would have me going crazy, especially because of my personal information. If the system crash eBay as well as the sellers can lose a lot of profit. Therefore, the company needs to have a planB to continue selling and making money as soon as possible. Something like a generator if the lights goes off. System crashing or hacking will allow for many illegal activities on the site affecting…

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    In 5 subsequent studies Wilcox and Stephen (2013) aimed to test several hypothesis related to SNS, SE and loss of self-control. Of the five, two looked at the relationship between SNS and increased SE and to test that people aim to show close friends the positive aspects about themselves. 100 participants were pooled from a US research panel; some were used in all 5 studies. They were then assigned to one of 4 groups in a 2x2 study design (facebook vs no facebook, strong ties vs weak ties). The…

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    Student Feedback Essay

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    students and teachers’ feedback on assignment in higher education and why students value feedback. In university, feedback seems very important and valuable to students as feedbacks provide teachers’ suggestions and reflect teachers’ opinion of the students. Therefore, it will be argued that nowadays many students find that feedbacks are important. Furthermore, it is argued that the reasons for students to value feedback and the effect of the negative feedback. Feedback can be a sentence or a…

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    any information about the topic. Getting appropriate feedback tells where should focused more, however, feedback is useful, it could help to understand the content of the writing. Feedback is a fundamental element of a process approach to writing. It may have a definition given from the teacher or peers, with the effect of providing information to revise the writing, usually become in the form of comments, questions,…

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    Formative Feedback Essay

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    high-quality formative feedback has become an indispensable part of an effective teaching-learning environment in higher education. The primary goal of assessments with formative feedback is to provide ongoing information that can be used by instructors to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning. However, as the number of students continues to increase in university classrooms, much more staff time and effort seem necessary to produce high-quality formative feedback from…

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