Julius Symposium 2017 - Filius RM

Renée Filius
2017 Figshare  
Promoting deep learning in online courses such as SPOCs is often a challenge. This study is focused on how peer feedback in SPOCs can effectively lead to deep learning. The results support the view that the peer feedback instruction and peer feedback reviewing leads to peer feedback dialogues that, in turn, promote deep learning in SPOCs. The value of peer feedback appears to predominantly result from the dialogue it triggers, rather than the feedback itself. Especially helpful for the students
more » ... ul for the students is the constant attention to how one provides peer feedback: by instruction, by having to review feedback and therefore by repeatedly having to reflect. The process is strengthened because students question answers from peers in contrast to answers from their instructor. As a result, they continue to think longer and deeper, which enables deep learning.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5596570.v1 fatcat:255s6lindfh4tocnpsdkmzeypm