This chapter describes an empirically derived model for impactful feedback discussions. The R2C2 model has four phases: Educators build the relationship (R) between educator and learner, gain learner reactions (R) to the feedback which can be used to determine the potential for change and development, and explore and ensure a mutual understanding of the content (C) in order to coach for change (C) to co-create achievable learning change plans that can be monitored to ensure learner progress. Two mechanisms in particular, coaching and learning change plans, support learner acceptance and use of the feedback. The chapter concludes with suggestions for future application and research in health professions education and higher education.
|Title of host publication
|The Impact of Feedback in Higher Education
|Subtitle of host publication
|Improving Assessment Outcomes for Learners
|Number of pages
|Published - 1 Jan 2019