Multimodal Fedback via Screencasting


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Multimodal Fedback via Screencasting

  1. 1. Multimodal Feedback via Screencasting Hanaa Khamis
  2. 2. Why Screencasts?
  3. 3. Queries• What is screencasting?• Where did I first hear about it as a feedback tool?• How can I use it for my purposes?• When did it first really work?• Is it effective? Why?
  4. 4. Queries• What is screencasting?“A digital recording of computer screen output, also known as a video screen capture, often containing audio narration.” – Wikipedia• Where did I first hear about it as a feedback tool?From Russell Stannard in IATEFL Harrogate 2010.• How can I use it for my purposes?Tutorials, feedback, etc.• When did it first really work?For peer feedback & a group project.• Is it effective? Why?Certainly. Spells out what I really think while I’m at it.
  5. 5. Peer Feedback
  6. 6. Feedback on a Group Project
  7. 7. Demo
  8. 8. Your Turn
  9. 9. Ideas for Effective Screencasts• Use of a tablet PC or an IWB• Track changes & comments (Review menu)• Inking in Word (Review menu)• Scanning papers into pdf, adding comments & highlights in Acrobat Reader X (10.1.5)• Flipped classroom• General class feedback• Individualized feedback
  10. 10. StrengthsMinimize wasted time in face-to-facemeetings where group members try hard tomake explicit what they think
  11. 11. StrengthsMerge audiovisual tracks into one videopackage produced in various video formatsin no time
  12. 12. ChallengesFile size & video sharing•(Dropbox .com &•(Jing
  13. 13. ReflectionsHow far has this technique revolutionizedyour thinking about providing feedback invarious contexts?
  14. 14. Conclusions• Capturing audio, video and screens is as easy as a keystroke.• For a teacher to self-record multimodal feedback could be a transformational experience.
  15. 15. Questions or Comments
  16. 16. References• Talking with Students through Screencasting: Experimentations with Video Feedback to Improve Student Learning:• The spelling Mistake: Scene One, Take One:• "Grading," TechSmiths e-Learning Trainers Series: