The Digital Feedback quest explores the various modes of digital commentary online instructors may rely on to enhance the strength of feedback in an innovative manner.
For example, rather than relying on written text, an instructor integrating digital feedback would utilize one of the following tools or modes of feedback:
Utilizing digital feedback to communicate to all stakeholders on student progress and performance.
Through the employment of progressive feedback and a method of offering disparate forms of feedback throughout an academic term, instructors create secure the student’s interest in the evaluation process, but also the quality of the submitted work and the desire for continued achievement.
Using the examples above as a point of reference, locate three digital resources that could be utilized when evaluating student work and discuss in your blog how these resources would enhance the level of specific feedback offered to students.
After completing a blog post that meets the requirements of this quest, submit the link to your post in the Submission Form at the bottom of this page.
Next, as a courtesy to fellow TOOL participants, join the Communicate 4.2.2 Digital Feedback Forum and share the link to your post. Upon sharing the link with fellow TOOL participants, consider providing helpful feedback to others regarding this topic.
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