ART III: PEER FEEDBACK
- Select the videos of two peers to critique.
- Assuming the role of a member of the targeted audience (potential client, donor/funder, referral source), provide substantive feedback.
- Your critique needs to start and end on a positive note.
- Identify something positive in the presentation.
- Identify an area that requires clarification or more information.
- After listening to the agency representative’s (student’s) presentation, you will answer one of these questions as it pertains to the video content.
- As a potential referral source, how likely are you to refer your clients to the presenter’s agency? Very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely, highly unlikely
- As a potential funder or donor, how likely are you to give funds to the agency? Very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely, highly unlikely
- As a potential client, how well did you understand the agency’s programs and services? Clearly understood, moderately understood, vaguely understood
- Close your peer feedback with a positive and encouraging statement.
In preparation for recording your video responses complete the following:
1. Create and submit a written script of a minimum of 2 peer response videos. The goal is to show organization of thought prior to recording your video responses to peers.
Your transcript should be verbatim. Both peer responses may be submitted on the same page (indicating the name of peer you responded to). NOTE: A 1-2 minute VT Video response paced well is approximately 250 words. You are encouraged to rehearse your script prior to recording it in VT.
Use APA style citations to reference readings discussed in your video discussion. These references can be from both the assigned readings and outside sources.
2.Drawing from your peer’s video recordings, record approximately a 1-2 minute video response to at least two of your peers using the peer feedback criteria listed above. Each reply must be a separate video recording.
Demonstrate analysis of peer video discussions
Extend meaningful discussion by building on previous video recordings
Ask questions or show examples to extend the discussion further using critical thinking skills.
Use practice examples or literary references to enrich your response content.
3. After recording the video, return to your transcript to ensure that the text in your transcript matches what you actually said in your recording.