Learn the tools and strategies that will help you establish and maintain a respectful and fruitful feedback loop with your students. Discover how to add effective and constructive two-way communication channels to your online courses from dynamic online communicator Jill Schiefelbein.
Feedback is a key element in the learning process. Discover multiple feedback strategies that can grab students’ attention, help them learn from their mistakes, and upgrade your online feedback, making it more specific, timely, and effective.
Frequent low-stakes grading is a strategy that incorporates many small, low-pressure assignments keeps students thinking about course materials and alerts instructors to comprehension problems before the high-stakes term papers and exams roll around. Frequent low-stakes grading is a beneficial approach in all of higher education, but it is particularly powerful in the online environment because it keeps students focused, on track, and provides regular feedback.
High-quality, individualized feedback is essential for effective online teaching. Learn how to use feedback banks, feedback technology, and automated feedback to improve your online comments to students. In the process, you’ll also improve your students’ experience with online teaching, increasing their learning, motivation, and satisfaction.
Effective feedback is a critical component of the learning process for online students. It serves an important role in keeping them motivated and engaged. Learn a set of strategies for reducing feedback’s burden while maintaining the high quality that contributes so much to students’ growth and learning.
Learn how evaluation can help you to improve students’ experience, identify your professional development needs, and prepare for formal performance reviews, including promotion and tenure committees.
Learn the techniques that other schools have successfully used to slash the potential of cheating, assuage student anxiety about their academic performance, and propel them toward being more honest, self-reliant learners.