HEA Video Feedback Project
Overview of project
- I'm running a 12-month teaching development project, funded by the HEA’s Teaching Development Grant Scheme;
- Working with current and recently graduated Guildhall jazz students, we will explore the potential of video as a feedback tool, and the extent to which this can contribute to an overall self-regulation strategy, supporting them in their transition to the profession;
- I will work with small student music ensembles over the course of several workshops, video recording portions of both rehearsals and performances;
- We will review the videos together as part of the rehearsal process, using Liz Lerman’s Critical Response Process (CRP) as a framework for feedback;
- Students will have on-going access to the video materials from the workshops (via Moodle, Dropbox, private YouTube and other platforms);
- I will develop a robust toolkit for use by students and teachers with student input.
- An interdisciplinary day in September 2014 will demonstrate and explore the findings.
Questions we’ll consider:
- Pros and cons of video as a feedback tool
- Limitations of the process?
- What is gained through video versus audio-only feedback?
- Does CRP feedback work in this context?
- Importance of the quality of the equipment, and other technical considerations? (different cameras, different platforms for uploading/sharing etc)
- Is video annotation a useful addition?
- Did previous experience with video for self-assessment make a difference?
- Pros and cons for watching immediately versus at a later date (interpretation in hindsight?)
- Transferability of the final toolkit to other HE contexts
The full toolkit, including resources and updates will be hosted on the Guildhall main website. I'll post a link here when that's up and running. In the meantime, I'd love to hear from anyone with experience in this area...
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