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This resource was reviewed using the Curriki Review rubric and received an overall Curriki Review System rating of 3, as of -0001-11-30.
Good job on this video. Your information was good, and I did like the organization and the focus on the speaker's face. However, there were a few moments where I think the video could have been improved. At the beginning, there is a clip that shows "Title text here", which seems to be a mistake. Also the introductory picture and a few other pictures were a little blurry.
I thought it was a pretty good video, it was personable and interesting. However, I would've liked to see what perhaps makes the iphone a better educational tool than the ipad or other such devices. I did enjoy how you included the organizational uses to the teacher, which could be very helpful.
The sound was a little low and there was a buzzing noise. Other then that the video was good. One thing to take into consideration is not everyone is able to afford smart phones. Also I don't think every student knows how to use smartphones. Before I got my iphone I knew very little on how it worked. It has been a learn as I go process. It was a good video though. I didn't think of how useful an Iphone could be for me as a teacher.
I really liked how personal this was. Everything was explained clearly and in a way that was easy to understand. I also liked that after you talked about an aspect of the iphone you showed a picture of it so we would know what certain features would look like.
I do think that assuming that all students know everything about how to use an iphone is stretching it a bit, especially when you consider the many students who can't afford an iphone. I also thought the volume at the beginning of the video was a bit low. Overall very good video though!
This was a good video. I like how the video seemed like a face to face conversation, and the video was logical and coherent. I would have liked the video to make a stronger case on the advantages of the iphone over other wireless technologies. I felt like I wasn't quite sold on the idea. The sound was also a little low. Good job.
This video was like a testimonial and that made it very personal. I liked that. However who would provide the students with Iphones? I like the idea however it doesn't seem very practical especially for teachers in certain districts. It would be great if we could invest in technology in a way that would be fair for all students.
Great information. I like how you compared an older phone to an iPhone as well as mentioning how most students know how to use them already, eliminating instruction. One small thing I would change would be the audio, there was a small buzzing noise throughout the video, not a big problem, but something small to improve.
I generally liked the way this video was shot, it was more personal and allowed the viewers to see you both in a more personal way which was great. Great information and found that I liked the audio of this video, I liked the background noise and the volume of your voices were just right. Great video!
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The information contained in the video was very good however it seemed like pieces of the video were spliced together, at one point Ashley was cut off before her sentence was completed. The sound was a little low, but overall the information contained was good.
This resource received a 3* rating because it is part of the larger resource Cool Tools YouTube Uploads, created as part of a pre-secondary teacher education program. This larger resource received a rating of 3-Exemplary in the Curriki Review System. You can learn more about this larger resource by reading its review and comments.