Delivering Feedback

Positive feedback should have contingent, descriptive praise. 

  • “Good Job”, “Nice work” is not enough.
  • Provide specific examples of what was done correctly.  “Great job delivering the stimulus at the correct time.”

Corrective feedback

  • Provide an empathy statement
  • Describe ineffective performance
  • Provide a rationale for desired change in performance
  • Provide instructions and demonstration for how to improve designated performance
  • Provide opportunities to practice the desired performance
  • Provide immediate feedback
  • Follow-up

You can provide feedback in many different ways:

    •  Visual
    •  Written
    • Modeled
    • Video
    • Graphic
    • Self-monitored
    • Formal (e.g., in scheduled situations such as pre-arranged meetings)
    • Informal (e.g., ongoing, on-the-job

Discussion Board

Post below an example of giving feedback using one of the listed ways above. 

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