See http://youtu.be/L3yBimFFpOw for a preview of the elements of the feedback system. What do you think of the overall structure of it?
Hi Kieran, I like the components of the feedback loop. As I'm gathering my content and trying to imagine how I'll structure my flipped textbook, I'm wondering if you have any tips on organization that you've gleaned from experience?
Aye, lots o' tips. I was thinking about starting a book on that topic. What do you think? Suggestions on what to do appreciated.
Decided to write occasional articles. First one is Organizing books by task context. As people comment, I'll get to know what people want to know.
I like the use of this as an exercise within the textbook. I am concerned about having to input all of the questions and or exercises. Also do you see this as a daily assignment or as a project type assignment? I would use it as a project type, multi-day or week exercise.
The author of the book would create the exercises, and the rubrics. The book, exercises, feedback system, etc., would be a complete package.
Teacher could add exercises if they wanted to extend the book. But they wouldn't have to.
That's FEEDBACK, dummy!