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Maximizing the potential of feedback requires being receptive to suggestions for change, adapting feedback according to different learning styles, and making the most of new developments. This article provides a foundation in the theory of modern medical education for those receiving or giving feedback at any level.
BACKGROUND Formative feedback that encourages self-directed learning in large class medical teaching is difficult to deliver. This study describes a new method, blueprinted feedback, and explores learner's responses to assess its appropriate use within medical science teaching. METHODS Mapping summative assessment items to their relevant learning… (More)