How to improve feedback using audio and video
Using videos, structured sets of annotated still images and sound recordings can be a great way to provide feedback.
This is particularly true when the work you are assessing is an event or performance of a task: when you want to know how well an apprentice changed a washer, not how well they wrote it up afterwards - or when written responses are a barrier rather than an enabler because of reading, language, physical or other difficulties.
This module looks at how you can try out these media and adopt them into your practice to improve the quality of feedback to your learners.
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