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Course Design Intrinsic Feedback eLearning

  1. 1. Feedback for online and classroom environments
  2. 2. Learning Outcome Understand the difference between Intrinsic and Extrinsic Feedback and why Intrinsic Feedback increases adult learner’s motivation.
  3. 3. Challenge: How do teachers, or computers, normally give feedback?
  4. 4. Extrinsic Feedback That’s right. That’s wrong. Try again. Let’s review. No, yes . . .
  5. 5. Intrinsic Feedback What is it?
  6. 6. Intrinsic feedback focuses on consequences.
  7. 7. Teaching Circuit Testing
  8. 8. Extrinsic Feedback?
  9. 9. Extrinsic Feedback? Right. Wrong. X
  10. 10. Intrinsic Feedback? A picture of the consequence of the wrong (or right) answer.
  11. 11. Intrinsic Feedback? “You selected the wrong fuse for this problem. It is likely that the dash will catch fire.”
  12. 12. Highly Motivating Especially for adults as it links course to their career – and personal goals.
  13. 13. Challenge:
  14. 14. Task: Drag the fruit and put it directly onto the platter or dip it into the fruit bath first.
  15. 15. Do the dip! Fruit bath Platter Source: Michael Allen’s Guide to eLearning
  16. 16. Do the dip! Fruit bath Platter Source: Michael Allen’s Guide to eLearning
  17. 17. Do the dip! Fruit bath Platter Source: Michael Allen’s Guide to eLearning
  18. 18. Extrinsic Feedback? X No link to a consequence in the real world.
  19. 19. Intrinsic Feedback? Links course content to a consequence in the learner’s life.
  20. 20. A picture of an empty platter. We’ll be back! Yes, all the apples have been eaten. The guests loved the food.
  21. 21. So, rather than this . . . Correct You get this . . . + the consequence
  22. 22. Task Look at the following examples. Extrinsic Feedback is provided. Can you suggest some additional Intrinsic Feedback?
  23. 23. Possible Intrinsic Feedback
  24. 24. Recap Intrinsic feedback increases motivation It is not often used in traditional classrooms It can be incorporated into both eLearning and classroom environments Demand it as an element in course design It can increase the effectiveness of your course
  25. 25. Thanks! I’m very interested in course design and training in the Middle East. Feel free to contact me: Gordon Graham Thanks to Michael Allen for his great book, “Guide to eLearning.”