Feedback, Motivation and the online classroom. Stephanie Oeben FSLT13 Online Conference. Different Kinds of Feedback. Summative Feedback : assessment of the learning; summarizes the development of learners at a particular time
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Feedback, Motivation and the online classroom
FSLT13 Online Conference
Motivational approach to feedback:
“[…] letting people know how well they are performing a task acts as an incentive for greater effort in the future.” (Dempsey & Sales, p.4)
Strong incentive for learners to gain or improve skills or knowledge
Feedback from the teacher helps the learner to select or favour one goal orientation over another.
Without feedback from the teacher the learner acts according to their preference.
(Dempsey & Sales, 1993; Hattie and Timperley, 2007)
Feedback assists learners:
Effective and constructive feedback
Be open to suggestions
Ask questions about their comments
Be prepared to contribute
(White & Weight, p.63)
“Formative feedback possibly modifies a student’s thinking or behaviour for the purpose of learning, and summative feedback assesses how well a student accomplishes a task or achieves a result for the purpose of grading.”
(White & Weight, p. 168)
Online feedback should be: