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“That’s what I like”: Student Feedback Preferences

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Teaching Practices (Poster Only) – Analysis, synthesis, reflection, and discussion

Abstract

Feedback is an integral part of the learning process. Many studies have examined feedback from the instructor perspective to enhance student learning. However, there is less research assessing how students perceive differing types of feedback and its usefulness. This study examined student preferences for 3 feedback models used in classes across various academic programs, levels of learning, and delivery platforms. Researchers gave either formative or summative feedback in 3 types (audio, video, written) in a course over the semester, then anonymously surveyed preferences at the end of the semester. Research is in progress and results are forthcoming.

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“That’s what I like”: Student Feedback Preferences

Feedback is an integral part of the learning process. Many studies have examined feedback from the instructor perspective to enhance student learning. However, there is less research assessing how students perceive differing types of feedback and its usefulness. This study examined student preferences for 3 feedback models used in classes across various academic programs, levels of learning, and delivery platforms. Researchers gave either formative or summative feedback in 3 types (audio, video, written) in a course over the semester, then anonymously surveyed preferences at the end of the semester. Research is in progress and results are forthcoming.