Thursday, 14 November 2013

Using audio feedback and electronic submission for French Language students, Mr Yvan Tardy

In this recording (audio file) Yvan Tardy outlines how he used audio files to provide feedback to students and his perception of its use. This projects method was for students to submit word files to the KLE Yvan then used word track changes combined with audio files as feedback these files were then delivered through the KLE back to students. Amongst his findings Yvan found that the feedback from the students was positive and that he could convey a lot more information using audio than he could in written form. He also found that it was much easier to explain where mistakes in the French language were using audio. Yvan is moving towards trying screen capture for feedback next and asking the students to submit some assessments as audio files