Learning Design Challenge #9: Instructor Feedback in an Online Group Activity

Learning Design Challenge #9: Instructor Feedback in an Online Group Activity

ChallengeDescription

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:

  1. What is your desired experience for the activity?
  2. What is the purpose of feedback in the exercise?
  3. What kind(s) of feedback make the most sense?
  4. What are some possible constraints for this design?

Design Constraints

Time to Design: <20 min.
Context: Online
Number of Building Blocks Allowed: 6
Hashtag: #DailyLEM09
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Suggested Solutions

Learning Design Challenge #9: Instructor Feedback in an Online Group Activity (Solution)

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