Evidence shows that although feedback is among the major influences, the type of feedback and the way it is given can be differentially effective. A model of feedback is then proposed that identifies the particular properties and circumstances that make It effective, and some typically thorny issues are discussed, including the timing of feedback and the effects of positive and negative feedback. Finally ,this analysis is used to suggest ways in which feedback can be used to enhance its effectiveness in classrooms.
This course enables the learner to demonstrate an understanding of the national and international economic environment of business, different market structures and their impact, and the different types of organisation (for profit, government, voluntary etc.) and their purposes.