Feedback can be provided in several ways. Evaluation results can be used as feedback. This is best achieved by correcting misconceptions and incorrect responses, showing learners the correct or optimal response, and providing an explanation as to why the correct answer is the best. This can be done live and at the same time as the activity, or asynchronously. During a live activity, a case conversation where faculty share with learners the appropriateness of the decisions they made and the appropriateness of the case outcome can be considered feedback to participants.