Using video assessment as an alternative to traditional in-class presentations

Yim Ping Joanne CHUK

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Abstract

To enhance the quality of life in the classroom, video assessment can be used as an alternative to traditional in-class presentations. In one of the courses that the presenter taught, students were asked to videotape their presentations outside of class beforehand and videos of presentations were then shown in class for assessment purpose. All students were invited to be peer assessors during the video broadcast. It was found that most students made good use of the video presentations to demonstrate their creativity and talent. It is shown from this experience that digital video technology is worth being used as an alternative to traditional student presentations.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2015

Citation

Chuk, Y. P. J. (2015, March). Using video assessment as an alternative to traditional in-class presentations. Paper presented at the “Learning and Teaching @HKIEd Festival 2015” Conference, The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.

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