Specific Praise: How it Improves Learning

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Lesson Objective
Using "specific praise" is a proven-to-work, must-do approach
Length
3 min
Questions to Consider
Consider how "specific praise" gives students useful feedback they can act on
What is the difference between praising a student and praising what a student does?
How does specific praise make students aware of their strengths and teach them to take advantage of them?

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