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Chris Betcher

Cut your marking by a third. « Martin Jorgensen - 7 views

  • Screencasting doesn’t replace traditional feedback in the classroom, but what it does do is give you a powerful alternate method of reaching students where it can be most effective. Recorded asynchronous feedback allows the student to reflect on your feedback in their own time, at their own pace.
  • What I have quickly discovered however is that this restriction is a boon. It forces me to consider the most important, most achievable goals for improvement the student needed to consider.
    Over the last few years I've been using screencasting more and more to reach students with feedback that's delivered at a time, place and pace that suits them. Screencast software enables you to capture a video for the student of what is occurring on your laptop or desktop computer screen, and record your voice to accompany it.
John Pearce

Marking work in Google Docs | ICT in my Classroom - 0 views

    This is a great post from Tom Barrett as part of his reflections on using Google Docs in the classroom and beyond.
    This great post from Tom Barrett is a great take on what is the best way to give feedback on a piece of work produced in Google Docs? What formatting tools are most appropriate to use when leaving comments? How do you organise 30 to 60 pieces of work handed in to you? How do children hand in work? What new possibilities does this process uncover?
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