Feedback is the million-dollar education word—
it’s pretty much everywhere, especially in the classroom. The problem is how to provide students with constructive or formative feedback.
The very first item of discussion in Marianne Stenger’s EduTopia article, “5 Research-Based Tips for Providing Students with Meaningful Feedback,” is
“Be as Specific as Possible.”
It makes sense. Hearing good job doesn’t give nearly as much help as something more specific. And that’s why classes that can have shifted to incorporating video feedback. Video provides context, which is specific.
If video feedback is becoming more important, then a tool that improves video feedback is a must-have for teachers.
GoReact is a must-have.
@chadjardine is the CMO @goreact, where he loves advocating for educators and students by spreading the word about GoReact. He also seeks to make a positive impact by teaching courses as an Adjunct Instructor in the finance department @uutah.