Feedback Strategy for your Online Course

Feedback strategy in an online course is one of the most important features of assessment as it provides students with an understanding of their learning and advice about how to improve their performance. Feedback allows learners to access their performance cycle and make changes to it if required. The same goes for the educators, feedback allows them to make changes to their teaching style.

As a course creator, you want your online course to be a success and feedback is one way to make your online class engaging, and interesting for learners.

Proactively receiving and giving feedback allows us to make continual improvements and improve the teaching and learning process.

Let us look at a few of the feedback strategies for your online course –

  • You can provide feedback to the learners at all times, you could give them constructive feedback when enrolled in your online course or also after they completed the course. Supplying feedback to learners throughout the online courses keeps them motivated and engaged with the courseware. Constructive feedback also helps them to stay focused on track as they can know about their progress on a daily or weekly basis.
  • To implement the feedback strategy, you could also keep a feedback form system once a week, where learners give out feedback about your course about what they are learning and whatnot. They could put out their points of difficulties and doubts.
  • You could also create online quizzes or short surveys that use interactive content to check how successful your learners have been in retaining the information that was being taught throughout the week, or at the end of the course. You could have these short quizzes at the end of every module so that they get to know if they’ve covered all information properly or not. You can further motivate them to get better or reward them if they’ve aced the test.
  • For online courses completion rates can be considered to gauge feedback on the engagement factor – if you see learners dropping out of your course, you’d know that it’s worth looking at revamping and improving the courseware.
  • Engaging with learners directly after the completion of a course is the ideal time to gather accurate feedback about their learning experience from your online course. They could be your best critic as they have just recently completed your course and they’d tell you what you and your online course aced at and whatnot.
  • A simple survey with these learners would help to reflect on your courseware and their performance, evaluating their results in terms of their goals and expectations.
  • Another plus point to immediate feedback in online courses is that students can make changes then and there themselves and see changes in a few days. Moreover, in an online course environment, all learners are learning in a digital mode therefore, they might act lazy and procrastinate, and maybe distracted at most times. Keeping a track of their learning process feedback strategy would help you as an educator to check if particular students are attentive or not.
  • One point to note is that feedback is for an educator to the learner, learner to educator, and also learner to learner. When having a class discussion in your online course, learners can also give feedback to other learners. You could also create feedback forms for rating all coursemates.

Hope reading this blog puts out the importance of feedback in online courses. Having access to meaningful and effective feedback has benefits on both the teaching and learning sides. Take a look at your courseware or your learner’s progress and think about how you’re going to utilize the feedback.

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