Screencast feedback for a student’s work…

Interesting example of multimedia student feedback, with some challenging questions in response from M C Morgan:

…it also shows how significantly commenting would have to change to make it useful in screencasting. Let’s talk about micro-management. Let’s talk about the pedagogical value of the student being able to skip around in the commenting.

As a demo, it’s curious, in part because it highlights the weaknesses of the tutor-at-the-table approach.

And, as an afterthought, it certainly makes the student a passive receiver of the message: there’s no room in a screencast for dialogue. You can’t even change the channel.

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