system affect each other to a much more sophisticated understanding of how concepts or elements interact within systems. Considering education as a system, Schunn said that feedback is “a completely broken construct.” The focus of feedback is on assessments to help teachers monitor student progress, with no attention to developing teachers’ skills to change the course of instruction in response to the feedback.



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