Allow instructors to record audio in the platform after selecting AP sim. conv. It would be great if the recording feature could function like audio on iMovie or similar where I could insert a beep/pause/beep to quickly create my own practice. Thi...
When setting up multiple choice questions the platform is rather clunky in the sense that I have to remember my prompt because I am then taken to another page to type in my answer options. To make things easier for teachers it would be nice if: --...
As an instructor there are several scenarios where I may want or need to add multiple audio or audio and a video to a question. For example, reading tasks directions out loud and then adding an audio clip for a listening comprehension task. Or, an...
I wish there were a way to change the grading criteria after students have already submitted. I foolishly didn't have a rubric set for an assignment and couldn't change it because students had already submitted it.
about 3 years ago
Will not implement
Automatically playing the next video/audio when you press "submit feedback and next question"
It would save teachers time to not have to click the play button to view the next submission each time. If given the option to have the next submission just start playing as soon as I opened it, I would love that feature!
So many teachers love downloading audio and video submissions, but have mentioned they'd like to download the written submissions as well. And to put the cherry on top, include the comments & score along with the submission.
7 months ago
Likely to implement
Ability to manually assign rooms instead of always automatically grouping students
For Sync and Async Rooms, it would be nice if teachers had the option to choose if Extempore Groupings are assigned Automatically (current functionality) or Manually (new). There are times when it is a lot easier to manually create the rooms compa...
Video feedback option to insert feedback at specific points
Allow teachers to provide feedback to students when they submit videos. Allowing teachers to pause the video when they hear or see (ASL) an error and can give students immediate feedback at the "time" in the video.