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AIM at Improvement
Focusing Student Attention through
Video Annotation
WHAT IS VIDEO
ANNOTATION?
FREE TOOLS
• GoREACT (http://goreact.com)
• OVA (http://openvideoannotation.org)
• Videonot.es (http://videonot.es)
• Vide...
OTHER TOOLS
VoiceThread (http://voicethread.com)
Viddler (http://viddler.com)
CoachesEye (App for iOS and Android)
and oth...
FEATURES
• Timeline specific/linked comments
• Tagged comments
• Video/audio comments
• Reply to comments
• Performance Ra...
DEMOS
POSSIBLE USES
INSTRUCTOR
ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION
OF PERFORMANCE
Use 1
PEER
ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION
OF PERFORMANCE
Use 2
SELF-
ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION
OF PERFORMANCE
Use 3
DEMONSTRATE
INSTRUCTOR’S OWN SELF-
ASSESSMENT
Use 4
COMMON JUDGMENT
SESSIONS
Use 5
EXAMPLES AND NON-
EXAMPLES OF GOOD
PERFORMANCE
Use 6
MARK MOMENTS IN A
VIDEO TO ELICIT
REFLECTION OR
DISCUSSION
Use 7
USE TO
DISCUSS/EVALUATE A
WORK OF
CINEMA/THEATER/OR
OTHER MEDIA
Use 8
ONLINE ORAL/ASL
EXAMINATIONS
(OR PRACTICE)
Use 9
REMOTE
(ASYNCHRONOUS)
SUPERVISION OF
INTERNSHIP OR
PRACTICUM
Use 10
FINDINGS
TOOL FACILITATES
PRACTICE OF ANALYZE,
EVALUATE, AND CREATE
LEVELS OF BLOOM’S
LEANERS SEE THINGS
IN A NEW LIGHT...
CONVENIENCE AND
FLEXIBILITY
INSTRUCTOR FEEDBACK
WITHOUT FEEDFORWARD
QUALITY OF PEER
FEEDBACK OF VARYING
QUALITY
WORKFLOW FACILITATION
IS RATHER LIMITED...
TECHNOLOGY MAY GET
IN THE WAY
RECOMMENDATIONS
CONSIDER AND PLAN FOR
POSSIBLE TECHNICAL
PROBLEMS
DON’T FORGET TO TRAIN
ALL USERS ON HOW TO
USE THE TOOL!
IF YOUR USING IT FOR
SELF OR PEER
EVALUATIONS, TEACH
LEARNERS HOW TO
EVALUATE!
TRAIN (OR REMIND)
EVERYONE ON GOOD
FEEDBACK PRACTICE!
PLAN FOR
LOGISTICAL/WORKFLOW
ISSUES
GIVE LEARNERS
OPPORTUNITIES TO
PRACTICE IN LOW-STAKES
CONTEXTS
QUESTIONS?
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LDSIDLC 2015 - Aim at Improvement: Focusing Student Attention through Video Annotation

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The impact of video is increased when learner’s attention is focused on critical aspects of the performance. This is enhanced by providing learners feedback or asking learners to analyze works of their own or their peers. Video annotation tools can facilitate this process. This session looks at ways these free or inexpensive tools can be used to analyze video and lead to improved learning.

The presentation introduces the idea of video annotation, some common tools, possible uses, and lessons learned as I have helped people use these tools over the past several years...

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LDSIDLC 2015 - Aim at Improvement: Focusing Student Attention through Video Annotation

  1. 1. AIM at Improvement Focusing Student Attention through Video Annotation
  2. 2. WHAT IS VIDEO ANNOTATION?
  3. 3. FREE TOOLS • GoREACT (http://goreact.com) • OVA (http://openvideoannotation.org) • Videonot.es (http://videonot.es) • VideoAnt (http://ant.unm.edu) • YouTube • and others…
  4. 4. OTHER TOOLS VoiceThread (http://voicethread.com) Viddler (http://viddler.com) CoachesEye (App for iOS and Android) and others…
  5. 5. FEATURES • Timeline specific/linked comments • Tagged comments • Video/audio comments • Reply to comments • Performance Ratings • Rubrics • Prompt video • Asynchronous and Synchronous • Organization tools
  6. 6. DEMOS
  7. 7. POSSIBLE USES
  8. 8. INSTRUCTOR ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE Use 1
  9. 9. PEER ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE Use 2
  10. 10. SELF- ASSESSMENT/EVALUATION OF PERFORMANCE Use 3
  11. 11. DEMONSTRATE INSTRUCTOR’S OWN SELF- ASSESSMENT Use 4
  12. 12. COMMON JUDGMENT SESSIONS Use 5
  13. 13. EXAMPLES AND NON- EXAMPLES OF GOOD PERFORMANCE Use 6
  14. 14. MARK MOMENTS IN A VIDEO TO ELICIT REFLECTION OR DISCUSSION Use 7
  15. 15. USE TO DISCUSS/EVALUATE A WORK OF CINEMA/THEATER/OR OTHER MEDIA Use 8
  16. 16. ONLINE ORAL/ASL EXAMINATIONS (OR PRACTICE) Use 9
  17. 17. REMOTE (ASYNCHRONOUS) SUPERVISION OF INTERNSHIP OR PRACTICUM Use 10
  18. 18. FINDINGS
  19. 19. TOOL FACILITATES PRACTICE OF ANALYZE, EVALUATE, AND CREATE LEVELS OF BLOOM’S
  20. 20. LEANERS SEE THINGS IN A NEW LIGHT...
  21. 21. CONVENIENCE AND FLEXIBILITY
  22. 22. INSTRUCTOR FEEDBACK WITHOUT FEEDFORWARD
  23. 23. QUALITY OF PEER FEEDBACK OF VARYING QUALITY
  24. 24. WORKFLOW FACILITATION IS RATHER LIMITED...
  25. 25. TECHNOLOGY MAY GET IN THE WAY
  26. 26. RECOMMENDATIONS
  27. 27. CONSIDER AND PLAN FOR POSSIBLE TECHNICAL PROBLEMS
  28. 28. DON’T FORGET TO TRAIN ALL USERS ON HOW TO USE THE TOOL!
  29. 29. IF YOUR USING IT FOR SELF OR PEER EVALUATIONS, TEACH LEARNERS HOW TO EVALUATE!
  30. 30. TRAIN (OR REMIND) EVERYONE ON GOOD FEEDBACK PRACTICE!
  31. 31. PLAN FOR LOGISTICAL/WORKFLOW ISSUES
  32. 32. GIVE LEARNERS OPPORTUNITIES TO PRACTICE IN LOW-STAKES CONTEXTS
  33. 33. QUESTIONS?

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