Students and teachers want to know how well they
are doing. Providing positive feedback is important as it will
motivate them to learn more. When they make a mistake we
want them to learn from it as well.
My Learning from Mistakes page
Feedback should be given in a timely manner and
can be done in many ways.
When I taught I always marked my students' work and handed it
back with feedback the next time I saw their class. I
found most children need that immediate feedback to see if they
are on the right track.
Your micro-expressions and body language is
important to be aware of when giving feedback.
My Body Language page
Some students need continuous feedback to keep
them motivated. Others require differential feedback when
they perform better as it shows improvement.