There are advantages to face-to-face and online courses, but both teaching methods share a common challenge — it’s difficult to develop learners’ soft skills and give them opportunities to apply their knowledge at scale. Resource constraints limit the amount of one-on-one time instructors have with each student in traditional environments, while distance often limits student engagement in online classes.
With its proprietary video technology and powerful feedback capabilities, Bongo makes soft skill development and the real-world application of knowledge possible at scale.
Learners demonstrate competency by completing experiential exercises that follow one of our Video Assignment workflows.
Specific, time-stamped feedback shows students exactly where they excelled and where they could improve.
Peer review, group projects, and face-to-face meetings keeps students engaged, increases accountability, and builds collaboration skills.
Real-world practice combined with feedback, self-critique & peer review tailors learning to each student.
“I believe that students need to be able to see and hear one another. They need to be able to see and hear their instructor and they need to be able to interact with the content in personally meaningful ways. Each student brings his or her own unique personal perspective to the content and students really value this opportunity to hear what others think.”
Lynda Randall – Professor, College of Education, California State Fullerton