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Case Study – Teacher Education

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After struggling with other video tools that didn’t “get at the depth” she wanted for curriculum plan presentations, Dr. Grant turned to Video Assignments.

“Even with the young students—and by young, I mean young college students—a student who’s not used to looking at people, or looking them in the eye, has improved greatly using [Bongo].”

“All of the students in teacher education have to learn not only how to teach, but also how to give feedback, critiques, and corrections to other people.”

Dr. Jean Marie Grant
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