Audio/video feedback – what is it and why might I want to use it with my students?

I first started writing about the benefits of audio feedback back in Dec 2014…The power of voice – Providing audio feedback to students….six years on, I’ve taken a fresh look at some more recent research.

The majority of the feedback students receive on summative assessments is written, in this post I’d like to encourage you to explore why you might want to incorporate audio and video into your feedback strategies.  

Typically this sort of multi-media feedback includes audio only (a voice recording of feedback), a narrated screencast (where you have the students work displayed in the video, and you may or may not include your webcam with this), and a talking-head webcam video.  

Here are five reasons to give it a try:  

1.  Builds a closer relationship between students and their markers (Anson et al, 2016, Gould & Day, 2013, Mahoney et al, 2019, Henderson & Philips, 2015) 

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