Feedback: A Construct in Search of Contemporary Investigation

Michael F. Shaughnessy


Feedback is a construct that has been around for decades, but it’s utilization in online classes and in Zoom has only been cursorily investigated. This paper briefly reviews the types of feedback and discusses the need for empirical examination of the construct.

Feedback is quite frequently given by some instructors, minimally given by others, and haphazardly administered by still others. While feedback is important, empiricists must examine its use and research conducted regarding its impact.

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