Meaningful feedback in an online classroom

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Jack, Ashlie R.
Lefever-Davis, Shirley
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2021
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Teacher education , Online classroom
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Jack, Ashlie R. and Shirley Lefever-Davis (2021). Meaningful feedback in an online classroom. --Online Teaching and Learning for Teacher Educators. Eds. Lori Fulton; Jon Yoshioka and Nancy P. Gallavan, Ch.6. Lanham: Rowman & Littleffield, pages 75-82.
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Meaningful feedback can come naturally, almost instinctually, for instructors in a brick-and-mortar classroom. A simple nod of affirmation, eye contact, or a brief comment from a professor can be a powerful reinforcement for learners. When moving to an online classroom, strategies for providing feedback might not always come this naturally. However, if approached with an emphasis on intentionality, meaningful feedback can become a more natural or regular process for any instructor teaching online through a learning management system.

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Rowman & Littlefield
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Online Teaching and Learning for Teacher Educators. Eds. Lori Fulton; Jon Yoshioka and Nancy P. Gallavan
Ch.6
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