Award winning example of technology enhanced feedback
In 2006 Russell Stannard suggested that screen capture technology could be used to provide feedback to students on their written work. His idea was first published in July 2006 in the Modern Language Teacher and was later included in the Times Higher Newspaper. Click on this example below. Russell is giving feedback to a student on the content of their essay. The same technology could be used to give feedback on any aspect of the student's work
Recent articles and podcasts about screen capture feedback idea
2015 interview on screen casting ( later talks about flipped classroom but starts with feedback)
Russell won the Times Higher award in 2008
History of the idea
Russell's first article was published in the Modern English Teacher in June 2006. In that same year the Times Higher published a large article on the idea.
Russell giving the keynote on feedback. JISC RSC in Scotland
Academic Interest And Research Papers
Here is a selection of my favourite articles on screen capture software and the idea of screen capture feedback.
Peter Matissen has done various studies around using screen capture for feedback in Norway. They cover various areas of the curriculumn
In Sweden. Russell has now presented his work in 27 countries.
What tools can we use?
The original work was done in Camtasia and Screen Corder. Russell now uses SNAGIT. Watch this video to see how easy SNAGIT is to use. It is an ideal tool for providing feedback to students