Last night was the second TeachTweet online CPD event hosted by @ICTMagic. A wide variety of educators and organisations produced short videos that were shared throughout the night and sparked lots of Twitter based discussion.
My video was about peer to peer feedback, using the ‘feed back, feed forward’ technique. If you missed it, here it is:
Also, here’s the Prezi that I used in the video:
I was quite nervous as the link was shared, putting yourself in the shop window is always a bit daunting, especially after the quality of the first few videos. The link was tweeted out, and for about 10 minutes nothing happened. Then:
I missed the next 2 videos responding to all the questions, ideas and suggestions. It was a relief that feedback was overwhelmingly positive. I hope I managed to inspire a few others to try feed back and forward.
So thanks to everyone who gave up their time to share ideas. The conversations were fast and furious. If you’re wondering whether to put yourself forward for this sort of thing, then just jump in. It’s really helped me to refine my practise and put a polish on an idea.
You can see all the videos from the night on the #UKedchat website. Do it, they’re great.