“What can we do, then, to recognize that yes, grading and its traditions are still present, but so is the writer? Feedback, not grades, may just be the key to unlock a writer’s potential by developing the writer within and the writing along with it. Writing, after all, is an act of confidence (Shaughnessy, 1977, p. 85), and what can better shore up that confidence than effective feedback? Designs”


Patty McGee, Feedback That Moves Writers Forward: How to Escape Correcting Mode to Transform Student Writing
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