Distance Learning Checkpoint 2

Distance Learning Checkpoint 2 - By comparing the two, you...

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Providing feedback in a distance learning environment and an actual classroom environment differ quite a bit. In a distance learning environment, you log into the online classroom and you can respond to a classmate, and provide a well thought out answer. Providing feedback in a classroom environment provides a right then and there element. There is no wait time, but the answers and questions may not be as well thought out because it’s usually the first thing that comes to mind.
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Unformatted text preview: By comparing the two, you can easily see the difference. While in a distance learning environment, you have a delayed feedback time from your classmates and your instructor. While in a classroom, you have face to face interaction with immediate feedback. In conclusion, my personal opinion I prefer the online setting to the classroom setting because it allows me to receive more quality feedback from my classmates and instructors....
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