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Question: How can we use the Power of Feedback to Accelerate Learning?. Pathology Seminar Presented by Sean E. Mahar Baystate Health System Springfield, MA June 16, 2005. Answers:. By understanding and applying timely feedback

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question how can we use the power of feedback to accelerate learning

Question:How can we use thePower of Feedbackto Accelerate Learning?

Pathology Seminar

Presented by Sean E. Mahar

Baystate Health System

Springfield, MA

June 16, 2005

answers
Answers:
  • By understanding and applying timely feedback
  • By increasing your confidence that instructions, assignments, suggestions, etc. are grasped by your audience
  • By using meaningful documentation that provides useful information for all parties
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First, lets look at feedback

A response ...

A reflection …

A process …

A tool …

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Examples

  • Sonar
  • Radar
  • Echolocation
  • Mirrors
  • Physical Pain
  • Breakdown Lane Pavement Vibration,
  • Deceleration After Applying Breaks
  • A Kind Word (As A Response To An Action)
  • Acoustic High Pitch Sounds from PA system
  • Learning
  • Steering A Bicycle
  • Eating Without Sticking A Fork Into Our Lips (After A Dental Visit, We May Not Know Where Our Lips Are).
  • Speedometer
  • Grinding Gears On Standard Transmission
  • Burning Sensation When Touching Hot Pan
  • Blisters
communication model
Communication Model

RECEIVER/

SENDER/

SENDER

RECEIVER

Channel

PERCEPTION

Decode/Encode

Encode/Decode

SPONTANEOUS, REAL TIME

FEEDBACK/RESPONSE LOOP

PERCEPTION

feedback
FEEDBACK
  • Immediate
  • Spontaneous
  • Naturally Proportional Re-sponse
  • Self-Correcting or Self-Amplifying
  • Adds Value

Not a newly initiated message

Not a performance review

Not delayed reward or punishment