Video performancesAlso known as: performance reflections, performance-based assessments, video-based assessments
Video performances involve recording a student's performance as evidence of their work and/or for feedback. They:
- can be assessed by the student, peers and/or educators against an exemplar model or a given set of criteria
- support effective self-reflection and helps students to set personal learning tasks for improvement
- can be adapted to support public speaking skills, where students create an audio file to rehearse for an oral presentation.
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How to use with ICT
- Adobe Express is a quick and easy way for students or educators to capture and edit performances.
|Engaging students: Video as performance-based assessment and learning by Kaltura Education||Engaging students: Video as performance-based assessment and learning||A blog post with examples of how to use video performance across different key learning areas.|
|7 Benefits of video-based assessment by Emily Wexler||7 Benefits of video-based assessment||Benefits of using video-based assessment.|
|What is a storyboard and how can you make one for your video? by Olga Bedrina||What Is a storyboard and how can you make one for your video?||An article that simplifies every stage of making a video, with simple procedures and downloadable storyboard templates.|
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