Sending the most appropriate feedbacks to students

Rita Kuo, Athena Hsieh, Maiga Chang, Jia Sheng Heh

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It is important for students getting suitable feedback information when either they are doing or completing a learning activity. This research tries to know what kind of feedback message is really useful to students. For this purpose, this paper develops a workable e-learning environment with feedback mechanism to gather the learning effects of students with different kinds of feedbacks. The experiment involves five fifth-grade classes and divides five classes into three different groups. The students in the control group have no feedback and students in the other two groups have different kinds of feedback messages. The analysis of experiment data contains two parts: the first one evaluates the feedback efficiencies for all groups; and, then all students will be separated into three clusters based on their academic achievement in order to do further analysis.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)584-591
Number of pages8
JournalWSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Mar. 2007


  • E-Learning
  • Feedback
  • Misconceptions
  • Petri net


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