critical to the learning process. Each time students make a choice during training, whether right or wrong, they deserve feedback on what they just did. “Wrong, try again” may work for a few limited
circumstances, but to be useful, more depth is usually required. Why was it wrong? Offer a hint about how to think through what “right” is. And when they get it right, explain why.
Or better yet, make sure they can explain why. Each opportunity that provides real-time coaching to students during the training session enhances their understanding.