Student Feedback

Easily record student feedback using Tella’s screen recorder.

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Leave student feedback as a video using Tella's screen recorder.

What is a student feedback video?

It’s much faster and easier to document student feedback using video. Rather than spending time writing down your thoughts and crafting responses for each student, jump right into their work using Tella to record your feedback. You can also share your screen, so it’s easy to address what you’re leaving feedback on.

All you need is your browser to access the Tella app and begin recording your screen and webcam.

How to provide student feedback with a video:

Step 1: Record

Log in or sign up for Tella. It only takes a couple of clicks. When you’re in the app, open the screen recorder and press “Start recording.” You can pause a clip and make another one, so there’s no need to make it perfect every time.

Step 2: Customise

Once you have all your feedback recorded, use Tella’s editor to customise the clips you made in the previous step. Trim, rearrange, add subtitles, change backgrounds, and apply different layouts. Tella’s editor is easy to intuitive to use. If you need to, you can always go back and rerecord more feedback.

Step 3: Share or Download

When you’re done editing, click “Finish.” You can watch your student feedback video, share it with a link, export it as an MP4 file, or embed it on your website.

Leave student feedback by recording videos from you laptop.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you provide student feedback through a video?

It’s easy to quickly share your screen and webcam using Tella to record student feedback videos. You can open your students' work on your computer, start sharing your screen so the student can see it and then go through the feedback you have. In this way, the student gets your clear feedback, seeing exactly what you’re pointing to. Using video for student feedback makes sure nothing is missed.

Is video feedback more effective than written for students?

Students today are more accustomed to video content than in the past. Much of our communication is visual and through recorded video. For teachers to share feedback in a way that’s more in line with how students like to communicate, video feedback is effective.

What should be included in a feedback video?

Your student feedback video should try and balance positive and negative feedback. An effective way to give feedback is to share constructive feedback between two things you found admirable. In this way, you balance the harsher news and can leave your recipient on a high note.

Store all your student feedback videos in your Tella workspace.

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