TITLE

The Transfer of Learning Associated with Audio Feedback on Written Work

AUTHOR(S)
Martini, Tanya; DiBattista, David
PUB. DATE
January 2014
SOURCE
Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching & Learning;2014, Vol. 5 Issue 1, preceding p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study examined whether audio feedback provided to undergraduates (N=51) about one paper would prove beneficial in terms of improving their grades on another, unrelated paper of the same type. We examined this issue both in terms of student beliefs about learning transfer, as well as their actual ability to transfer what had been learned on one assignment to another, subsequent assignment. Results indicated that students believed that they would be able to transfer what they had learned via audio feedback. Moreover, results also suggested that students actually did generalize the overarching comments about content and structure made in the audio files to a subsequent paper, the content of which differed substantially from the initial one. Both students and teaching assistants demonstrated very favourable responses to this type of feedback, suggesting that it was both clear and comprehensive.
ACCESSION #
99397444

 

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