Wednesday, 21 December 2016

iPad mirroring for instant and ongoing feedback

Being able to mirror the iPad to the big screen is a very effective way to demonstrate student work, and provide ongoing and instant feedback during the lesson. The ability to ‘freeze’ the screen then annotate over the top is a game changer for many.

Annotating student work for instant feedback

In this example, the teacher took a photo of a student's work using the iPad, edited out the unwanted part of the page, and mirrored the photo to the big screen, all in a matter of seconds.
From there, she could: write over the top (the red annotations), make changes, ask the class for alternatives, highlight, correct, brainstorm etc, providing the class with useful ongoing feedback for their own work - ultimately leading into the next steps for the lesson.
Simple and quick, but highly effective.
(Credit: C. King, Charles Read Academy)
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