How Can I Use Voice Feedback to Improve Student Learning?
Save time and significantly improve student outcomes by using Voice Feedback. Research shows that students value and are far more likely to incorporate voice feedback in completing their assignments than written feedback. We explain the benefits of using voice feedback and walk you through the process of how to incorporate this approach into your teaching.
Benefits of Voice Feedback in the classroom
Research shows that students value and are far more likely to incorporate voice feedback in completing their assignments than written feedback.
What’s more, research indicates that students learn more effectively and retain more of what they learn through voice feedback.
In addition, teachers both save time and significantly improve student outcomes by using voice feedback.
In this Magna 20-Minute Mentor, John Orlando, Ph.D., a veteran of teaching online, explains the benefits of using voice feedback and walks you through the process of how to incorporate this approach into your teaching.
You will learn how to:
- Choose the appropriate type of feedback for your message.
- Provide voice feedback on students’ assignments using both Microsoft Word and PDF software.
- Gain insights into the advantages of voice feedback by looking at studies that have been done.
Professional Development Learning Outcomes
- Understand why voice feedback improves learning outcomes.
- Know how to provide voice feedback on your students’ assignments using both Microsoft Word and PDF software.
- Be able to troubleshoot students’ problems by listening to voice feedback.
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John Orlando, Ph.D., is the Associate Director of the Faculty Resource Center at Northcentral University. He is also the Editor of Online Classroom Newsletter. John has published over 50 articles and delivered over 40 presentations and keynotes on online education, teaching with technology, and social media.
He previously served as the Instructional Resource Manager of Norwich University’s School of Graduate Studies, the eLearning Training Director at National Life Group, as well as for Employee Development Director at Vertek Corporation in Colchester, Vermont.
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