Results from a real assessment…..

Posted: April 15, 2013 by scottashleydwyer in Weekly feedback

I have received and marked the video assessment from the one and only student who requested to submit this way. The student used hand drawn props to present the information, and it was OK as she is quite the artist. But she was extremely nervous and not that well prepared to do the assessment in one take. I think with instruction of how to edit and seamlessly include other video footage would have provided her with the opportunity to gain more marks for this piece of work. I have just started teaching another subject that has a video as a component of the overall assessment and have, again, had students ask me if it is necessary to show their face on the video. I really cant belive that all this time I have been thinking that this generation were out there and quite the exhibitionists, when they are very reserved and fearful of using technology this way. This is now a common thread that is appearing in all groups I am dealing with.

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  1. It’s astonishing, isn’t it? My nieces and nephews, who I think are in that age group, have facebooks brimming with photos of themselves and their friends. Surely the only distinction can be the expected audience?

    • Hi Bronwyn

      Have just spoken to Alex at BC and she has forwarded all messages to Leo who is in Sydney today and not back in office until Thursday. He is aware that you need the information. She is now going to see if anyone else may be able to help us.

      Hmmmm

      S

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  2. Of course I’m assuming your students are facebook users also.

    • The thing is that photos are static. They dont have to listen or watch themselves in action. I think that is what the main problem is. Confidence. Strange isnt it?

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