Tips From the Pros: Using Course Data to Improve Instruction
Historical quantitative and qualitative online course data, such as end-of-course surveys, grades, performance on individual units and student demographics, can be used to inform course design and remediation and enrichment strategies, which can provide students with a more individualized learning experience. Phil Ice, director of course design, research, and development at the American Public University System, recommends that institutions also consider using this information to help create individual enrichment plans for online instructors.
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