Do targeted written comments and the rubric method of delivery affect performance on future human physiology laboratory reports?

@article{Clayton2016DoTW,
  title={Do targeted written comments and the rubric method of delivery affect performance on future human physiology laboratory reports?},
  author={Zachary S Clayton and Gabriel P Wilds and Joshua E. Mangum and Austin D Hocker and Sierra M. Dawson},
  journal={Advances in physiology education},
  year={2016},
  volume={40 3},
  pages={
          359-64
        }
}
We investigated how students performed on weekly two-page laboratory reports based on whether the grading rubric was provided to the student electronically or in paper form and the inclusion of one- to two-sentence targeted comments. Subjects were registered for a 289-student, third-year human physiology class with laboratory and were randomized into four groups related to rubric delivery and targeted comments. All students received feedback via the same detailed grading rubric. At the end of… CONTINUE READING

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