|Forlag||Cambridge Scholars Publishing|
|Emne||Educational equipment & technology, computer-aided learning (CAL); Teaching of students with English as a second language (TESOL)|
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Om Feedback in Online Course for Non-Native
Feedback in Online Course for Non-Native English-Speaking Students is an investigation of the effectiveness of audio and text feedback provided in English in an online course for non-native English-speaking students. The study presents results showing how audio and text feedback can impact on non-native English-speaking students' higher-order learning as they participate in an asynchronous online course. It also discusses the results of how students perceive both types of the feedback provided. In addition, the study examines how the impact and perceptions differ when the instructor giving the feedback is a non-native English-speaking teacher or a native English-speaking teacher. Finally, the study discusses pedagogical implications and suggestions for instructors and designers in creating online learning environments as it relates to asynchronous online courses that include non-native English- speaking students. The students who participated in this study include non-native English-speaking students from a university in northern Siberia, Russia. An extended literature review of audio and text feedback in different learning environments is used to refer to the possible effectiveness of feedback expected in an online course. Feedback in Online Course for Non-Native English- Speaking Students provides empirical evidence that could assist online courses administrators in making appropriate assessment of non-native English-speaking students' online learning.