Classroom Science Video Feedback Form
Imagine you are a high school or college student in biology class. Your teacher says, "Today we are going to talk about plants." You groan. Why aren't we talking about the human digestive system AGAIN?? Plants are so lame! Then the teacher puts on this video.
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypFC3oQ2nnw

This is a pilot video to test some of the approaches we would like to use when making videos to accompany Data Nuggets (datanuggets.org), classroom exercises in which K-12 and college students work with real data provided by scientists. In the Data Nugget videos, we will interview scientists, but that was not possible for the pilot.

Caveats: Time was short and we were still getting used to the camera and editing software. We know there are some blurry shots and rough audio cuts. We'd like to have more pauses to allow information to sink in, and to trim some fat from the interview.

Please give feedback on how the following elements of the video contributed to your UNDERSTANDING of the ideas.
Narration by host
Confusing
Clear
White board "animations"
Confusing
Clear
Interview with "expert" (will be scientists in later videos)
Confusing
Clear
Shots of plants and garden
Confusing
Clear
Music
Distracting
Enhanced quality
Please give feedback on how the following elements of the video caught or kept your INTEREST.
Narration by host
Boring
Interesting
Whiteboard "animations"
Boring
Interesting
Interview with "expert" (will be scientists in later videos)
Boring
Interesting
Shots of plants and garden
Boring
Interesting
Music
Lame
Interesting
Just a couple more questions...
In one sentence, what did you think was the message/point of the video?
Your answer
Did the length seem appropriate?
Was there anything else that you found particularly great or not great?
Your answer
Ok so how cool do you think plants are now??
Who are you? Check all that apply.
Thank you so much for your feedback!
Sincerely, Carina Baskett (baskettc@msu.edu if you have something else to add) and Klara Scharnagl
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