This practice paper explores the impact of effective digitised feedback on engineering students' mathematics learning in the digital environment. By using a schematic framework, an online repository will be developed to provide effective feedback to the first-year students taking mathematics courses. The repository takes into account calculus topics and focuses on providing guidance to students who give incorrect answers to questions by incorporating sub-questions based on Polya's heuristics. The sub-questions aim to motivate students to draw on simpler connections and stimulate learning by encouraging students to check their answers and reflect on their initial responses. This study is currently an ongoing project in the Netherlands and aims to improve outcomes in calculus courses and provide a database of online exercises for digital exams, which will save teachers time, in long term.
Akkaya, T., & Kula, F. (2023). Enhancing Engineering Students' Mathematics Learning Through Digitised Effective Feedback. European Society for Engineering Education (SEFI). DOI: 10.21427/QQ8B-Y539
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