Transcript of "Track D Presentation: Phil Barter, Anthony Turner"
Using iMmediatevideo feedback’<br />Presented by Phil Barter <br />&<br />Anthony Turner<br />
Project aims<br />To give students more personalised feedback and in a more timely manner. <br />To increase the variety of the feedback given to students, not just in the form of written feedback but also video analysis. <br />
Project Pedagogy <br />It is important that student receive Medal, Missions and Clear goals in their feedback (Petty, 2004)<br />By using the iPad to deliver feedback to the student, students can more quickly: <br />Receive praise on the task completed (medals)<br />What the student needs to improve (missions)<br />How and when they will achieve improvement (clear goals)<br />By increasing the speed of feedback in a natural environment, a higher level of knowledge can be disseminated and obtained in teaching sessions (Ramsden, 2003)<br />
Apps used<br />Turn it in and grade mark<br />University based systems which has enabled work to be marked and easily and feedback to student in a timely manner<br />Physics online<br />An app which enables techniques to be analysed in great depth and ‘on the fly’ in the field or practical setting<br />Screen chalk<br />A app which allows you to annotate over film or images with ease, again enabling the coaching student to analyse individual techniques or team play quickly in the practical setting<br />
Student feedback<br />The students have been very positive about the project<br />They have commented positively on the use of e feedback through the use of turn it in grade mark system<br />They feel they are working with cutting edge technology on their course<br />They feel the speed of feedback given has helped them develop further practically<br />They feel they constantly receive feedback in various forms and can utilise one form or another to improve performance both practically and in written forms of assessments<br />
Points for the future<br />The new apps have helped in the development of these areas but previously the feedback was delayed by having to switch between several apps and uploading the video first.<br />New developments within the iPad and the VLE could enhance the student learning experience by increasing the speed and variety of feedback given to the students<br />A long term use of the iPad and the apps across coaching modules and sports teams would enable a useful research and therefore evaluation into its effectiveness<br />
References<br />Ramsden, P. (2003). Learning to Teach in Higher Education. London: Routledge. <br />Petty, G. (2004). Teaching Today a practical guide. (3rd edition ed.). UK: Stanley Thornes.<br />
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