Feedback Mark 2 is in line with Self-directed learning and lifelong learning. This type of feedback holds the learner central to the process and responsible of his own learning. Here the learner himself is the constructor of understanding, engages himself in dialogue and identifying standards, is able to monitor his learning, and develop his skills of setting goals.
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