I will definitely read this textbook if I’m giving a chance.
I really enjoy teachers who are passionate and you learn so much from.
[…] several years now there’s been a kind of reclamation movement around that lost infrastructure and philosophy. Many of us (and I genuinely include myself here) are happy posting our thoughts online through […]
Thanks to everyone who attended my CHEP 2016 practice session yesterday on Providing Video Feedback on Assignments. After my presentation I spoke with several people who were interested in creating a private community where educators could discuss issues related to providing video feedback. This community would be a place to discuss platform/software/technical issues and to discuss ways to maximize the value of the video feedback provided to students. Thus, I have decided to keep the “Video Feedback” community I created for the practice session and will enroll educators into this community upon request. Please send me an email if you would like to join the conversation (make sure you send this email from the account you have linked to a Google+ profile).
The Video Feedback community can be accessed by selecting the image below. If you are not yet a member and would like to join, you can ask to join the community while viewing the community information. I recommend you list your academic affiliation on your Google+ profile so I know your interest in the community is genuine.
On Wednesday, February 10, at 10am, I will be giving a Practice Session at the 2016 Conference on Higher Education Pedagogy on Providing Video Feedback on Assignments. I have posted below the material I will be using during this 50-minute session.
During the session I will discuss how to  create a video-feedback platform using SnagIt, Google+, Google Circles, and YouTube,  structure the process of providing video feedback, and  what to include in the feedback video. I plan to share what I have learned from experimenting with Google Apps and screen capture software, and from recording over 300 assignment feedback videos.
Click on the image below to access the first Google Doc that will be used during the practice session. This document provides instructions on what participants will need to do to be able to engage in the session.
The slides below provide some initial results from my research into providing video feedback on assignments.
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if i had these textbooks i wouldn’t learn at all i would just play around with it Lol
Keep working ,impressive job!