Information and communication technology (ICT) plays a critical role in students’ learning engagement and improvements by providing them with learning support through increased teacher–student and peer interactions. One way to afford such support is through the use of instant feedback and asynchronous feedback facilitated by online, mobile, and game-based learning tools. By examining an empirical case study of our own classroom, this chapter explores the research question: How can ICT be used to facilitate instant feedback and asynchronous feedback for students’ learning engagement and improvements? Using learning tools such as instant response system and learning management system affording instant and asynchronous feedback, students were provided with constant learning support. Findings from classroom observations, student focus groups (n = 15), and teacher interview (n = 1) affirmed the capacity of ICT for generating instant feedback and asynchronous feedback, which enhanced students’ learning engagement, collaborative knowledge building, and autonomy as active learners. Copyright © 2017 Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd.
|Title of host publication||Emerging practices in scholarship of learning and teaching in a digital era|
|Editors||Siu Cheung KONG, Tak Lam WONG, Min YANG, Cheuk Fai CHOW, Ka Ho TSE|
|Place of Publication||Singapore|
|ISBN (Print)||9789811033445, 9789811033421, 9811033420|
|Publication status||Published - 2017|
CitationWong, G. K.-W., & Yang, M. (2017). Using ICT to facilitate instant and asynchronous feedback for students’ learning engagement and improvements. In S. C. Kong, T. L. Wong, M. Yang, C. F. Chow, & K. H. Tse (Eds.), Emerging practices in scholarship of learning and teaching in a digital era (pp. 289-309). Singapore: Springer.
- Information and communication technology (ICT)
- ICT-supported formative assessment tasks
- Instant feedback
- Asynchronous feedback, dialogues
- Feedback approaches
- Sustainable learning support