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How to provide feedback

Finally, you’ll want to consider how you’ll grade and provide feedback on assignments.


A video assessment solution should support different grading methods, whether pass/fail, numerical, or rubric-based. The latter is especially helpful for significant assignments, as rubrics help students clearly understand what is expected of them, and define the categories of evaluation.


Feedback is just as important as grading, and video-based assessment offers new methods of providing it. Time-stamped commenting, for instance, allows for feedback to be delivered at specific points in a presentation. For example, students delivering a presentation can not only see that they need to improve their eye contact with the audience, but also that they talked for five minutes before looking up.

Opening evaluations to peer review can benefit all students. Presenters get more constructive feedback than if evaluated only by a single person, and peers learn by example.


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