Kathryn Frew will show how video screencasts are an effective, humanized method for responding to student work because they focus on global suggestions, explain strengths and weaknesses more comprehensively, and create affective connections.
Outcomes: After this presentation, viewers will: Understand the research basis for using screencasting to respond to student work; See how the affordances of screencasting make the process of giving feedback more personal and accessible; Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of common screencasting software; Analyze common screencasting procedures to select the format that best suits their needs; Brainstorm ways students can use screencasting themselves to reflect on their own work and to provide peer feedback.