Effective Online Instructional and Assessment Strategies

  • Gaytan J
  • McEwen B
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The purpose of this study was to better understand the instruc- tional and assessment strategies that are most effective in the online learning environment. Faculty and students identified several strategies for maintaining instructional quality in the online environment, including the importance of using a variety of instruc- tional methods to appeal to various learning styles and building an interactive and cohesive learning environment that includes group work. Online assessment strategies include having a wide variety of clearly explained assignments on a regular basis and providing meaningful and timely feedback to students regarding the quality of their work. Effective assessment techniques include projects, portfolios, self-assessments, peer evaluations, and weekly assign- ments with immediate feedback. The role of meaningful feedback cannot be overemphasized. Much

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  • Jorge Gaytan

  • Beryl C. McEwen

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