|Feedback step||Your response||Response example|
|Did the supervisor describe the ineffective performance and the desired performance?||
She provided him with a model and asked him to correct his mistakes. Yes, she described the ineffective and the desired performance.
|No specific feedback was provided. A better approach would have been giving a procedural checklist and going through item-by-item, perhaps also having the supervisee self-evaluate using the checklist.|
|Did the supervisor provide rationale and instructions for the desired performance?||
The supervisor did not provide rationale or explain in any way why the graph was wrong
|No rationale, no explicit instructions. The supervisor could have explained why the missing graph features are critical.|
|Did the supervisor model the correct performance?||
The supervisor gave an example but did not actually model how to do it.
|Yes, the example graph was a model.|
|Did the supervisor provide opportunities for the supervisee to practice the desired performance?||
Yes, the supervisor created an opportunity for him to correct the mistakes.
|Did the supervisor provide feedback again, and follow-up as necessary?||
The supervisor provided feedback but did not follow-up.
|No, the supervisor repeated the same procedure but still expects a change in performance.|