Personalizing Online Classes: The Use of Evaluation and Participation Tools
Applied Economics Teaching Resources (AETR), 2020, vol. 2, issue 2
Self-directed online learning is challenging for many students. Limitations in interaction with the instructor, difficulty in focusing in the major messages of the course, and not active encouragement in the video lectures are common constraints. In this article, I present a case study in which I implemented in my classes two methods to overcome these limitations: the use of online evaluation tools and inperson review sessions. Utilizing regression modeling and the qualitative information of the class evaluations, I argue that the use of these methods has presented positive impact in the learning process of the students and improved the interaction between instructor and student.
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