The impact of peer to peer support on responses to teacher feedback for low socioeconomic status white British pupils

Author

Sean Masterson

Summary

Sean referred to the literature and conducted interviews with students to develop greater understanding of the feedback needs of his students. He suggests that students respond differently to feedback according to their valuation of the subject. He also suggests that self-regulation is highly relevant, and that a focus on the development of self-regulation may benefit students. He acknowledges the role school culture may play in this, and the importance of working to understand colleagues’ beliefs about student needs.

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