Answer feedback advise
I know I've learned this somewhere but haven't used in forever so can't remember.
When providing feedback to incorrect answers, what is the best practice / least likely to confuse the learner?
1) Provide them a hint to what the real answer is? (as an "instructor" I'm not inclined to this. Like to make them work for the answer)
2) Provide information on the incorrect response which further develops or reinforces the information thus providing them a learning opportunity to realize why the answer was incorrect.