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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 6270-6307

Role Of Regular Descriptive Feedback In Enhancing Metacognitive Skills And Intrinsic Motivation: Evidence From Randomized Field Experiment

Dr. Muhammad Tariq Bhatti,Dr. Roshan Ali Teevno,Dr. Shila Devi.


This study uses a hybrid approach of audience response systems (ARSs; such as Socrative) and revised Bloom's taxonomy (RBT) to examine how regular descriptive feedback affects students' metacognitive skills and intrinsic motivation. Through randomized field experiment (RFE), we divide 966 physics students from 16 colleges into three groups: control, individual, and cooperative group. The results show that cooperative treatment improves students' intrinsic motivation (IM) and metacognitive skills (MS). Individual treatment (InT) had no effect on IM or MS. Furthermore, mediation analysis suggests that IM mediates the CoT and MS. Based on these findings, we recommend combining descriptive feedback and peer discussion in physics classes with ARS technology assessment.

Key words: Peer descriptive feedback (PDF), Audience response systems (ARSs), Randomized field experiment ‎‎(RFE), intrinsic motivation, Metacognitive skills, Socrative, Regular Descriptive feedback (RDF).‎

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