Date of Award
Action Research Project
Master of Arts in Education
The purpose of this research was to determine how computer-generated feedback impacts students' perceptions of feedback and revision in comparison with previous teacher-provided feedback. The study, conducted with 41 juniors in two suburban high school English III classrooms, spanned eight weeks. The data collected included student perceptions of feedback pre- and post-intervention and computer-generated percentile rankings of students' writing skills. Findings indicated that computer-generated feedback increased students' writing efficacy and inclination to revise. Further research regarding the impact of continued implementation and application of computer-generated feedback on students' writing skills would be beneficial. Keywords: perceptions, computer-generated feedback, writing, revision
Peterson, Elsie K., "The Impact of Computer-Generated Feedback on Student Perceptions of Revision Process" (2017). Masters of Arts in Education Action Research Papers. 247.