We offer 4 tips for getting the most useful feedback from your students, and 4 more tips for using that feedback to continually improve your online courses.
Is it better to quiz your students frequently throughout a lesson, or to test them once at the end? The results of multiple studies reveal which approach has been proven to work best.
For students to benefit the most from online courses, instructional designers should include appropriate contextual and corrective feedback. Here are some examples of feedback that works.
Multiple-choice questions are one of the most popular type of assessment questions however it takes skill to craft a good question.
Assessment is an essential part of instruction since it measures if the course goals and objectives have been met. Click here to learn more about the two types of assessments.