Earlier this week, 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?
This picture and post shared by Mark W. Carbone.