Providing feedback TO students about their learning.

Question Title

* 1. Consider each of the following statements, and indicate R (Rarely), S (Sometimes), or U (Usually).

  Rarely  Sometimes  Usually 
Feedback includes three components: What was done well, what needs improvement, and specific suggestions for how to improve. 
Feedback relates to the learning goal(s) which I shared and clarified with students at the onset of the learning cycle.
Feedback is focused on the product or task, the process used, or student's self-regulation, not on the student as a person.
Next steps are incremental and specific enough so that students know what to do, but without doing the improvements for them.
The amount of feedback at any one time is manageable for the students' readiness. 
Feedback is descriptive (it provides information that the students can use to improve), rather than evaluative (a mark or grade).
The timing of my feedback (oral or written) provides students opportunities to use the information while they are still learning and practicing the requisite knowledge of skills.