Difference between revisions of "Error correction support"

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Error correction support refers to an [[instructional method]] that aids students in learning from errors or from incorrect behavior.  Specific kinds of error correction support include [[corrective self-explanation]] (see [[Booth]] study) and adapting instruction to [[student uncertainty]] (see [[Student_Uncertainty|Forbes-Riley & Litman]] study).
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Error correction support refers to an [[instructional method]] that aids students in learning from errors or from incorrect behavior.  Specific kinds of error correction support include [[corrective self-explanation]] (see [[Booth]] study), encouraging student self-correction (see [[The self-correction of speech errors (McCormick, O’Neill & Siskin)|McCormick et al]] study), and adapting instruction to [[student uncertainty]] (see [[Student_Uncertainty|Forbes-Riley & Litman]] study).
  
  

Revision as of 08:23, 18 April 2007

Error correction support refers to an instructional method that aids students in learning from errors or from incorrect behavior. Specific kinds of error correction support include corrective self-explanation (see Booth study), encouraging student self-correction (see McCormick et al study), and adapting instruction to student uncertainty (see Forbes-Riley & Litman study).