MagicBox™ offers educational publishers and educational institutions the ability to effortlessly deploy video assessments through a powerful assessment engine on this online platform. With this innovative feature, administer individualized as well as group assessments for K-12 and higher education that can be completed by students asynchronously. Using the MagicBox™ platform, teachers can also provide pointed feedback using video comments and time stamped text, based on the online assessments.'
One of the key advantages of the video assessments feature is that it makes assessments personalized. This creates a better connection between the teacher and the students, while increasing engagement level. Plus, teachers can offer personalized feedback to support and motivate each student. This makes it especially beneficial for remote learning. Using video also makes summative and formative assessments more interactive and engaging.
Get students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills with individual and group video assessments
Ensure much higher engagement and motivation levels among students.
Ensure students with different learning styles and disabilities can benefit from assessments.
With video assessments, the feedback time is considerably reduced, compared to text-based options.
Improve learning outcomes with detailed reports of student performance, their strengths and weaknesses.
With time stamped text and video comments, ensure each student gets personalized feedback.
The video assessment feature on our online platform is particularly useful for:
Learners can practice and reflect on their recordings prior to submission. Also, they can can review their performance against rubrics.
Reporting feature generates metrics around rate of speech, speech clarity, use of filler words, and custom content targets.
Receive personalized, time-stamped comments from subject matter experts. Evaluators can provide this feedback via text or video.
Evaluators determine how many peer reviews each person completes, how peer review groups are formed.