2018
June 18-20
Anaheim, CA

Using Screencasting to Provide Feedback to Students

(unscheduled)
Location
Track
 
 
Santa Monica
Technology Innovation
 
 

Screencasting is a useful tool, not only for sharing our course content with students, but also for looking at students’ own work. In this workshop, participants will learn how to use screencasting to provide feedback on student writing or other written submissions. Learn how receiving video feedback personalizes the student learning experience and leads to greater improvement and success. Whether you’re new to using screencasting or an “old pro,” this workshop is for you.

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