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Focus of the Month:
Getting to Know New Students at Your Practice

Accurate feedback is critical for the development of your learners. Dennis Baker, PhD, the editor of, has developed a feedback model called ARCH that helps students learn how to self-assess, reinforces what is being done well, and develops a plan for improvement.

Watch the video below to see Dr Baker explain how to use the ARCH model:

More Content on Feedback: 

Visit the Feedback section of to learn more about feedback models and strategies for providing effective and timely feedback to your learners. What your learners need from a feedback session will dictate what model you choose:

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