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  • Using Screencast for Feedback
  • Using Screencast for Feedback
  • Paula, you had a great project and really showed your knowledge of statistics. On the second rubric, you had to draw a frequency table and a stem and leaf chart. You did a great job, but you forgot to label your charts. If someone were to read your report, not knowing your question these charts would not make sense. Don't forget to put labels.
  • Using Screencast for Feedback
  • Ms. Pederson sent me a video on my project and how I did. She told me the mistake I made on the frequency table and stem and leaf chart. I feel like usually she just tells me good job, but with screencast she can explain where I went wrong and I can watch it in a video. I love watching videos, especially about myself!
  • Teacher reads through projects and grades them based on a rubric, but instead of writing feedback on the rubric the teacher provides audio feedback on a program called screencastify. This allows the teacher to talk through the rubric and grades with a microphone while also showing the screen of the teacher.
  • Using screencastify, the teacher is able to provide more throrough feedback to the student that would be left out if the teacher had to write the feedback
  • Paula can view the video at home and listen to the feedback about herself that is more organic and useful to promote improvement and understanding. Most students love watching videos about themselves.
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