A Cover Letter Responding to Feedback

Responding to Feedback
“The idea behind feedback is that it should make the revision process more strategic and ultimately improve the final paper.” (p. 64) However, as many faculty who have provided feedback on students' written work have discovered, that objective isn't accomplished as often as it should be. The authors of the article referenced below wondered whether the failure to act on feedback in subsequent drafts or writing assignments might be that “students ... lack an organizational system that allows them to process and reflect on the feedback provided.” (p. 65)

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