Why you should try video feedback with students — from edudemic.com by bcotmedia; with thanks to Tim Pixley’s Scoop on this


…the rationale being that the learners, so used to consuming information from a resource-rich moving image centred multimedia experience, are provided with more detailed, personalised, and engaging feedback that is in keeping with the way they choose to consume information in their free time.

Similarly, by asking learners to submit video responses themselves (on phones/ vine/ webcams) they too are encouraged to embrace the technology driven environment of industry, enhance their digital literacy, demonstrate ICT competency, and develop their own communication skills in a real differentiated option to achieve criteria beyond the traditionalist (written) assessment.