Integrating Video Assessment Into an Oral Presentation Course

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Joel P. Rian, Don Hinkelman, Geordie McGarty, Sapporo Gakuin University


A persistent problem in classes that focus on oral presentations is how to review and evaluate them. Usually, presentation evaluation is a one-time, one-shot affair, conducted by the teacher. The only tangible result is a score and perhaps some short comments written on a score sheet. This paper outlines the development of a method to record, upload and review students’ oral presentations using YouTube and the Moodle learning management system (LMS). This method allows for peer assessment and self-reflection by students in addition to assessment by other instructors teaching separate classes of the same course.