Date posted: May 22, 2012

Feedback is good for students and instructors alike, and can lead to immediate improvements in instructor performance, student achievement, and course quality.

Learn how to create productive two-way online feedback with your students during Engage Online Students with Targeted Feedback, an online video seminar led by Jill Schiefelbein.

In just 60 minutes, participants will learn to:

  • Understand the role communication plays in an online student’s course experience and learning process;
  • Utilize multimedia technologies to deliver useful and purposeful feedback to students;
  • Initiate communication that leads to useful feedback; and
  • Improve student interactivity and performance through the use of an effective communication loop.

Feedback fosters a sense of community and creates more reciprocity in the student-to-instructor relationship. Put simply, it matters to students when instructors show they are invested in their students’ success and they care enough to provide meaningful feedback that enables students to improve.

Coming June 19, this seminar will teach you how to maintain an effective communication loop that increases student interactivity, performance, and satisfaction.

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