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  • 1. *By Taeya PoulinPIDP 3230 AssignmentInstructor: Doug MaugerResource: Classroom Assessment Techniques, Thomas A Angelo and K Patricia Cross
  • 2. * What is Electronic Mail Feedback?* Suggestions for its use* Advantages and Limitations of its use
  • 3. “Feedback is one of the mostpowerful influences on learning andachievement.” (Hattie and Timperley ,2007)“Students need opportunities to giveand get feedback on their learningbefore they are evaluated forgrades.” (Angelo and Cross, 1993, p. 9)
  • 4. • Computer use is higher than it ever has been before! • Online learning is becoming increasingly popular!• How will we communicate with our students?
  • 5. What is Electronic Mail Feedback? • Feedback sent and received via e mail • Opportunity for instructors to give/receive feedback • Opportunity for students to give/receive feedback • Avenue for instructors to get to know the needs of their students
  • 6.  Easy Computer Access  Be Open to Feedback  Provide Clear Instructions Respond in Reasonable Time
  • 7. The purpose of Electronic Mail Feedback is to provide a simple, immediate channel though which faculty can pose questions about the class and students can respond to them. (Angelo and Cross,1993, p. 327)
  • 8. Limitations * Lengthy responses * Lack of response Suggestions * Access for the wrong readers * Use on a regular basis * Use before problems * Rude or ridiculous comments surface* Use in times of high stress* Use to keep students up to date
  • 9. AdvantagesCommunicationInformationNo specific time or placeHonest, informal and open-ended
  • 10. “The best way to avoid misunderstandings is to involve learners early in the feedback process”. (Fenwick and Parsons, 2009, p.185)
  • 11. The key to successListen to your students!