Video walk-through of a completed exam

I am toying with the idea of doing video walk-throughs of past C.A.T. exams where I break down each question and attack each section one at a time, carefully videoing my screen and explaining the thought process behind each decision/task.

Brandon Long does some excellent stuff on the Delphi tasks and exams.

Would students really benefit from it though? Would teachers perhaps benefit? As much as I’d like to do it, I just don’t know it will be valued enough to the point of helping enough students or teachers.

What do you think? Please take part of this poll to help me decide if it is something worth giving my time to or not. Feel free to leave your comments in the comments box below as well. Thanks so much.

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  1. I think this is a great idea. If we have video’s that describe the current content to the learners, why not have video’s explaining the exam content to them as well?

  2. I would definitely start with the more complicated applications like Databases and Spreadsheets. That would also give new CAT teachers confidence when tackling revision.