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  • Lana Rocca

    Director, Learning Solutions

    Product Strategy, Innovation, and Development

    Laureate Network Office

    April 2016

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    Providing Effective Feedback in the Online Classroom

  • We all need people who will give us feedback.

    Thats how we improve.

    - Bill Gates

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  • What is Feedback?

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    Grade or Score

    Evaluation

    Advice

    Praise

    Critique

    Lecture

    Clarified Instructions

    Report Card

  • What is Feedback?

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    Basically, feedback is information about how we are doing in our efforts to reach a goal.

    - Grant Wiggins

  • Effective Feedback is

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    Related to goal(s)

    Descriptive

    Specific/targeted

    Constructive

    Formative

    Iterative

    Timely

    Actionable

  • Types of Feedback

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    Instructor-Student

    Peer-to-Peer

    Group

    Student self-evaluation + instructor consultation

  • Importance to Online Learning Lack of feedback often cited

    as the reason for withdrawing from online courses

    Self-directed learning and student ownership in the learning process are promoted

    Consistency is key: Ambiguity in online learning can make or break a positive student experience

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  • Importance to Online Learning

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    Online Instructor presence is critical to student engagement

    Timely feedback can decrease feelings of isolation for online students

    Peer or group feedback encourages connectedness among students

  • Feedback Strategies Teach practice feedback

    assess REPEAT

    Be cognizant of frequency/timing of feedback

    Integrate diverse feedback methods, such as self-reflection and peer review

    Provide rubrics/expectations upfront, and adhere to those criteria

    Remember that feedback is a two-way street

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    Effective feedback directs attention to the intended learning, pointing out strengths and offering specific information to guideimprovement.-Jan Chappuis

  • Effective or Not? Nice job! You met all of the

    criteria stated in the rubric.

    Next time, you should try to make your thesis clearer to the reader.

    You taught me something I didnt know. Thats awesome!

    Great improvement. Nice integration of prior feedback.

    Your lesson would be more effective if your visuals were more polished and supportive of the theme.

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  • Effective! Your presentation was well-researched and showed evidence of critical, higher-ordered thinking.

    I noticed that when you applied the ABC principle to approach this problem, you were able to accurately articulate your premise.

    The points you provided are integral to helping your audience understand your argument.

    If you were teaching this class, what would you do differently? What did you learn the most from me as a teacher?

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    Q & A

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    Sources

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    Chan, P.E., Konrad, M. Gonzalez, V., Peters, M.T., and Ressa, V.A. (2014). The critical role of feedback in formative instructional practices. Intervention in School and Clinic, 50(2), 96-104.

    Chappuis, J. (2012). How am I doing? Educational Leadership, 70(1), 36-40. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/sept12/vol70/num01/%C2%A3How-Am-I-Doing%C2%A2%C2%A3.aspx

    Hattie, J. and Timperly, H. (2007). The power of feedback. Review of Educational Research, 77(1), 81-112.

    Reynolds, L. (2013). 20 Ways to provide effective feedback for learning. Retrieved from http://www.teachthought.com/pedagogy/assessment/20-ways-to-provide-effective-feedback-for-learning/

    Stenger, M. (2014). Five research-based tips for providing students with meaningful feedback. Edutopia. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/tips-providing-students-meaningful-feedback-marianne-stenger

    Wiggins, G. (2012). Seven Keys to Effective Feedback. Educational Leadership, 70(1), 10-16. Retrieved from http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/sept12/vol70/num01/Seven-Keys-to-Effective-Feedback.aspx

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