This post is a cross post from my original in the OSSEMOOC June 2014, 30 days of collaborative blogging “Picture and Post” series.
Earlier this summer, this tweet from Andrew Bieronski caught my eye. Providing appropriate and frequent feedback to students is a critical part of the learning process. I like the idea that feedback happens in different forms, and I can think of a variety of reasons why recorded feedback is a benefit to learners.
Check out the audio feedback “how to” guide [here].
How would you see this working for your students? or staff?