Like our other topics, feedback is a critical part of an overall communications strategy to engage and support students through their learning path in the course. The value of meaningful feedback given in enough time for a student to reflect on and apply it exists across all modalities of teaching. In online courses, however, feedback is often mediated through technology, which requires consideration of different techniques.
In “The Power of Feedback” (2007) John Hattie and Helen Timperley proposed a model of feedback that answers three questions asked by a teacher or student: Where am I going? How am I going? And Where to Next?University of Oklahoma
Quick reads are short articles and videos that reflect on or summarize current thinking, research, or experiences related to the topic.
Seven Keys to Effective Feedback
Grant Wiggins (of Understanding by Design) speaks to the characteristics of meaningful feedback.
Providing Feedback to Students Online
This page looks at the attributes and impact of feedback in addition to covering a good selection of strategies - University of Oklahoma