Steele & Holbeck

Volume 15, Issue 3, December 2018 - Special Issue: Efficient Instructional Strategies

Five Elements that Impact Quality Feedback in the Online Asynchronous Classroom 

John Steele, Grand Canyon University
Rick Holbeck, Grand Canyon University

Abstract

Online learning is growing rapidly and shows no signs of slowing down. This growth requires strategies to make online teaching as efficient and effective as possible in order to provide students with a quality education. One of the important factors that help support student learning is timely, quality feedback on assignments and in discussion forums. This paper offers some ideas for online instructors to give feedback more effectively and efficiently and discusses elements of feedback that can help make this an effective and efficient area of the online classroom.


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