By Cecilia Lo
Select Fridays at the TECHB@R in the Regenstein Library (JRL 162).
Why give feedback in audio/video format?
One of the common pedagogical challenges is that students appear unwilling or unable to respond to instructor feedback effectively. When instructors return their assignments, students often just look at the final grade and without thinking through how the feedback can help them improve their future work.
Providing feedback in audio/video format in lieu of traditional written feedback can be a way to engage students for a number of reasons:
Figure of the Voice: Using Learning Management Systems (Chalk/Canvas) to Provide Meaningful, Efficient Feedback on Oral Presentations
Oral presentations can be an essential part of student learning, but it can be challenging to provide useful feedback on student work that is not on the page. Come to the next Faculty Roundtable to hear how faculty have used the voice tools on Chalk (and Canvas, an alternative to Chalk being explored to see how it fulfills the needs of the faculty and the University) to capture student presentations and to also record their own feedback.