Web-based active learning and frequent feedback: Engaging first-year university students
Johnson, Genevieve Marie & Broadley, Tania (2012) Web-based active learning and frequent feedback: Engaging first-year university students. In Herrington, A, Schrape, J, & Singh, K (Eds.) Engaging students with learning technologies. Curtin University, Perth, Western Australia, pp. 77-96.
Web-based technology is particularly well-suited to promoting active student involvement in the processes of learning. All students enrolled in a first-year educational psychology unit were required to complete ten weekly online quizzes, ten weekly student-generated questions and ten weekly student answers to those questions. Results of an online survey of participating students strongly support the viability and perceived benefits of such an instructional approach. Although students reported that the 30 assessments were useful and reasonable, the most common theme to emerge from the professional reflections of participating lecturers was that the marking of questions and answers was unmanageable.
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|Item Type:||Book Chapter|
|Keywords:||Active learning, Online quizzes, Effective questioning, Student engagement, HERN|
|Deposited On:||07 Mar 2016 03:58|
|Last Modified:||10 Mar 2016 04:20|
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