This week I used CoachMyVideo in a classroom to help students recognize what on-task behavior should look like. After taking a video of the teacher demonstrating off-task behavior, I replayed the video and allowed students to interact with the iPad to circle examples of behaviors that were on-task. We then videotaped the class and had students annotate sections that showed students demonstrating on-task behavior.
There are so many possibilities with this app! In addition to asking students to analyze their own behaviors, we could show students and parents progress with the side-by-side split screen. Teachers could use it to demonstrate lab procedures, instrumental techniques, or correct pencil grip. What other ideas can you imagine?