Looking for Best Final Course Assessment Feedback Practices
I'm hoping to get a sense of what other Instructional Designers (IDs) and organizations are doing when it comes to eLearning course assessment feedback.
The eLearning courses that my team has been developing provide feedback (Correct / Incorrect and a brief blurb about the concept covered) after every "Check Your Understanding" question in a course, but NOT for final assessment questions.
We went back and forth on this premise a few years ago and, for a variety of reasons, came to the decision that in our courses we'd have learners answer each assessment question and then be immediately brought to the next question (sans feedback). After the last question of the assessment, we provide a total score and let learners know if they've passed or not. If they pass, they can move forward to the final page(s) of the course. If not, they are given the opportunity to retake the assessment as many times as needed until they do.
We've been noticing a trend in course evaluation feedback lately that folks would at least like to know whether they are getting each assessment question right or wrong as they answer them.
It certainly seems logical and we're prepared to make that change, but before we do, we just want to know what other IDs and organizations are doing re this.
Thank you in advance for your thoughts.