Bradley University: Teaching Future Educators How to Teach & Give Feedback
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.
California State University, Fullerton: Diversifying Assessment Through Structured Video Workflows
“I’ve found that my students, with [Bongo], tend to do much more in-depth work. They focus more on learning before they do the assessment."
South College School of Physical Therapy: Streamlining Admissions with Asynchronous Video Interviews
When South College set out to add an entirely new doctoral program in 2015, the creators of the school of Physical Therapy knew the bar for admissions needed to be set high to stay true to the college’s mission.
William Beaumont School of Medicine: Reinforcing Bioethics Principles Through Asynchronous Video
Back in 2006, Oakland University and Beaumont Health recognized the potential for a new and innovative kind of medical education.
Edinboro University: Improving Public Speaking Skills Through Video Practice
“One thing Bongo helps with is it makes students plan a little bit more, because they know there’s going to be a public record of what they do,” Golden said. “While [the videos aren’t] out there like YouTube, I set it up so other students can give feedback.”
University of Idaho: Building Communication Skills Through Pre-Built Video Assignments
Ask educators at any level what the biggest challenge is in their public speaking courses and you’ll usually get the same answer: getting learners to practice.
Te Kura: Embracing Student-Driven Distance Learning with Virtual Classroom
“The thing we try and do here with the overall development of our online strategy and program is to remove complication where complication isn’t required. So we liked Bongo’s simplicity. We don’t want students, or their teachers and learning advisors, to have to use five or six different products.”
Penn State World Campus: Learning Italian Through Student-Driven Recordings
“Bongo is really important for us because it sums up all of that work that students are doing and gives us a place to go in and give them their feedback.”