- Created by: Finpoppy1
- Created on: 04-09-21 17:14
The ability of the performer and type of skill will influence the type of feedback that is suitable.
This comes from within the performer and helps performers to learn to spot their own errors so they are not reliant on others. For example, how the movement felt from feedback from the muscles. It is more suited to experienced performers.
Thsi comes from outside the performer, from an observer. For example. feedback from the coach telling you what you did right or wrong. Less experienced observers are more likely to need extrinsic feedback.
This is given during …