Using an Immediate Feedback Tool to Improve Learning and Facilitate Program Evaluation
We wanted to understand whether short-term learning could occur during Extension presentations and used an immediate feedback tool to find out. Applying the immediate feedback tool, we asked multiple-choice questions prior to delivering a presentation and repeated them at the end to assess how well the information was delivered to and received by the audience. The immediate feedback tool let participants know whether they understood the information presented. Results indicated that adults were receptive to immediate feedback and that closed-ended questions can provide reliable evaluation data. Participants showed significant learning with the tool, which has broad applicability in Extension.
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Hodgson, E., Dean, A., & Wang, Z. (2020). Using an Immediate Feedback Tool to Improve Learning and Facilitate Program Evaluation. The Journal of Extension, 58(4), Article 18. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol58/iss4/18