This design challenge is in honor of the collaborative ILED learning design studio session yesterday (6-9-16) on feedback. In that session, the group designed an extended group activity course lesson around a group project in a hybrid or flipped environment. The sequence included collaborative requirements gathering, the actual project presentation, and feedback throughout the process.
For this challenge, we want to focus specifically on a single group (nor the entire class cohort) activity — a collaborative document, a group discussion, etc.– in an online environment.
Our questions is, “How do we design effective feedback — self peer, instructor — for such activities?”
This goal for this LEM challenge is to design an ideal feedback framework within the context of a single online group activity or exercise.
Some questions you might want to think about include:
- What is your desired experience for the activity?
- What is the purpose of feedback in the exercise?
- What kind(s) of feedback make the most sense?
- What are some possible constraints for this design?
Time to Design: <20 min.
Number of Building Blocks Allowed: 6
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