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SOL and Feedback

Stages of learning and feedback study stack for AQA A Level

Feedback Information to aid error correction
Positive feedback Encouragement / what was good
Negative feedback Gives the performer info on what is going wrong to help correct errors
Extrinsic feedback Feedback from an outside source e.g. coach
Intrinsic feedback Feedback from within (kinaesthesis)
Knowledge of results Feedback that indicates whether the skill has been successful
Stage 1 is called... Cognitive stage
Stage 2 is called... Associative stage
Stage 3 is called... Autonomous stage
Cognitive stage of learning First stage used by a novice. Understanding explored by trial and error
Associative stage of learning Second stage, motor programmes are developing and performance is smoother
Autonomous stage of learning Final stage used by an expert, movement is detailed and specific
Learning A permanent change in behaviour as a result of practice
Performance A temporary occurrence that can change from time to time because of many influences
Cognitive performers need what type of feedback? Positive and extrinsic
Autonomous performers need what type of feedback? Negative, intrinsic
Created by: LauraWeaver12
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