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How to set up extrinsic feedback?

What is extrinsic feedback

Extrinsic feedback refers to that response that has been triggered by an external stimulus, for example a physical reward or a sound for example. Otherwise the reaction wouldn’t happen.

I really hate those courses when you get the typical “You’re wrong/You’re right” Come on! People want to know why they’re wrong or why they are right.  We are human beings and even when doing a course we want to be treated as such.

Extrinsic feedback are critical to motivate and engage your students at least at the very beginning of the course. When they feel lost without anyone to ask for help, a good and well designed extrinsic feedback is critical to keep students motivated, to provide clear information about the student performance or even for reinforcing the knowledge acquired.

21 must components of effective extrinsic feedback

Today I’m sharing with you this awesome infographic created by Talkdesk about 21 must components of effective feedback. Have the following components in mind when thinking about the feedback you provide to your students.

Original source: https://www.talkdesk.com/resources/infographics/21-components-of-effective-feedback

Intrinsic or extrinsic feedback

Intrinsic or extrinsic feedback

Rosalie Ledda

Soy Pedagoga especializada en el diseño e implementación de formación en modalidad online (elearning), blended o presencial. Actualmente estoy cursando un master en Dirección y Gestión de RRHH en la UOC (máster seleccionado finalista en los premios RRHH Excellence Awards 2015). Cuento con 10 años de experiencia en el ámbito de la consultoría y la gestión de proyectos educativos de alcance nacional e internacional. Me considero una profesional con gran capacidad para gestionar proyectos, con capacidad analítica para la detección de necesidades de formación y definir estrategias específicas orientadas a objetivos. Mis compañeros me definen como un persona flexible, ordenada, emprendedora e innovadora.

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