Efectos de la retroalimentación del profesor

Un estudio de caso de un foro de discusión en línea en Educación Superior

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.6018/red.476901
Palabras clave: efectos de la retroalimentación, implicación, educación superior, discusión en línea

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A pesar de su importancia, los efectos de la retroalimentación en entornos en línea no han sido ampliamente evaluados; tampoco hay consenso sobre cómo deben medirse. El objetivo de este estudio exploratorio es analizar los efectos de la retroalimentación del profesorado durante el desarrollo de un foro de discusión en línea. Durante un período de tres semanas, los participantes (14 estudiantes universitarios y su tutor) participaron en un debate virtual sobre el uso de Wikipedia con fines académicos, utilizando la plataforma Knowledge Forum (los participantes realizaron 328 publicaciones en total). Sobre la base de las características de los entornos de aprendizaje en línea, desarrollamos un modelo multidimensional para estudiar los comentarios del profesor y sus efectos durante la interacción en línea. Los resultados muestran los principales efectos de la retroalimentación tanto en la discusión de los estudiantes sobre los temas de aprendizaje -efecto en cadena y efecto en racimo-, como en las reglas de participación en el debate. El documento concluye con una discusión sobre las implicaciones teóricas y prácticas de estos resultados.

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25-09-2021
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Rochera Villach, M. J., Engel, A. ., & Coll, C. . (2021). Efectos de la retroalimentación del profesor: Un estudio de caso de un foro de discusión en línea en Educación Superior. Revista de Educación a Distancia (RED), 21(67). https://doi.org/10.6018/red.476901
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