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  • 1. Using iMmediatevideo feedback’
    Presented by Phil Barter
    Anthony Turner
  • 2. Project aims
    To give students more personalised feedback and in a more timely manner.
    To increase the variety of the feedback given to students, not just in the form of written feedback but also video analysis.
  • 3. Project Pedagogy
    It is important that student receive Medal, Missions and Clear goals in their feedback (Petty, 2004)
    By using the iPad to deliver feedback to the student, students can more quickly:
    Receive praise on the task completed (medals)
    What the student needs to improve (missions)
    How and when they will achieve improvement (clear goals)
    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)
  • 4. Apps used
    Turn it in and grade mark
    University based systems which has enabled work to be marked and easily and feedback to student in a timely manner
    Physics online
    An app which enables techniques to be analysed in great depth and ‘on the fly’ in the field or practical setting
    Screen chalk
    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
  • 5. Student feedback
    The students have been very positive about the project
    They have commented positively on the use of e feedback through the use of turn it in grade mark system
    They feel they are working with cutting edge technology on their course
    They feel the speed of feedback given has helped them develop further practically
    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
  • 6. Points for the future
    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.
    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
    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
  • 7. References
    Ramsden, P. (2003). Learning to Teach in Higher Education. London: Routledge.
    Petty, G. (2004). Teaching Today a practical guide. (3rd edition ed.). UK: Stanley Thornes.