Ways to Provide Feedback on Student Videos

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The first thing that nearly all NFL players do the day after a game is watch film of their performance. Video provides an outside perspective that shows them things they would not be able to see from their own perspective. For instance, after a couple of subpar years (by his standards), Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers “scouted himself” by watching film of his play over the years. In doing so, he noticed a small problem in his throwing motion that he acquired while compensating for an injury. This allowed him to fix the problem and transform his game.

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