How Best To Give Feedback In eLearning

Receiving feedback is integral in any sort of learning, regardless of whichever learning methodology is used. Feedback is important for learners in order for them to understand what they did right and what they did not, as well as to learn from the mistakes they may make in the learning process.

Accurate feedback acts as a guide for learners, one which allows them to analyze their performance, motivates them, challenges them and satisfies them. Although no learning methodology is ever devoid of feedback, it is possible for learning and development (L&D) professionals to give feedback to learners that is just not sufficient. Insufficient or half-baked feedback can hurt learners and throw a wrench in the absorption and retention process, which is why it is important for L&D professionals working in corporate organizations to know how best to give feedback in L&D programs.

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