See how GoReact brings together online tools for video + feedback, deliberate practice, and more so you can empower confident skills in any discipline or profession.
Here’s proof that video + feedback = confident skills no matter what, when, where, or how you teach.
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Video + feedback makes learning by doing fast, flexible, and feedback-driven. See how instructors in programs like yours use GoReact to streamline assessment while boosting student experience on campus or online.
Learning by doing may be the most personalized approach to education, and the most time-consuming to grade. Use video + feedback to increase practice and save time.
Teacher candidates need observations for disposition screenings, fieldwork, and more. Simplify observations with video to help candidates become confident, reflective educators.
Nursing is a hands-on profession, and nursing students need hands-on practice. Connect what students learn in lectures and the simulation lab to what they’ll do as nurses.
Whether in a client therapy session or classroom role-play assignment, enable future practitioners to learn from experience how to apply counseling and therapy skills.
Rather than emphasizing repetition, combine deliberate practice, feedback, and self-reflection to help communicators at every level overcome anxiety and polish their presentation skills.
Practice is only the first step toward “making perfect.” Record individual or group rehearsals to give dance, music, and theater majors a way to get precise feedback on their performance.
Just as non-native speakers need to hear pronunciation, sign language learners need to see handshapes. Help all language learners achieve total immersion with audio/video feedback.
From translating a speech, to inserting an IV catheter, or teaching classroom geography, empower confident skills for learners everywhere with a proven and universal skills methodology.
GoReact isn’t just a video talent show with a side of braggadocio. It’s an easy-to-use combination of cloud-based video recording, feedback, and analytics tools designed to humanize and simplify skills-based learning for students and educators everywhere.
“It used to take me two weeks to watch 200 students perform head-to-toe assessments. Now I can do it in one or two days with GoReact.”
Patrick Luna, MSN, RN, CEN
Senior Instructor of Clinical Teaching, University of Colorado
“This is the fifth time I’ve taught this class and the first time I’ve taught with GoReact. This is the first year I’ve actually seen students improve at specific spots in their administration where I left feedback. That tells me they’re actually watching these videos. I’ve seen greater improvement in a much faster time, and I attribute that to GoReact.”
Dr. Sarah S. Mire
Associate Professor, University of Houston
“GoReact is a lifesaver, a time saver and a money saver. It's all of those things for us.”
Dr. Jan G. Miller
Dean, College of Education, University of West Alabama
“When you are evaluating a skill in-person, face-to-face, you don’t interrupt the student when they make a mistake. You let them finish, then try to go back and talk about it after the fact. To be able to pause that video at the [exact] time, most of the time the students see it themselves. They see that mistake.”
Dara Murray, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor, University of West Alabama
“GoReact has created a space for our students to really learn how to reflect in strong ways—more sophisicated ways.”
Dr. Christina Tschida
Assistant Professor, East Carolina University
“GoReact has had a very positive impact on our student outcomes. It's important for student-therapists to watch themselves on video and critique themselves, so they can learn and improve. Having my feedback that they can re-watch is also helpful.”
Kristen Gustavson, PhD, MSW, LCSW
Assistant Professor, California State University, East Bay
"A lot of centers have the ability to record, but this puts the responsibility on the student to record and submit an assignment. And students identify their own mistakes just from recording and watching themselves."
Dr. Ali Galindo
Associate Professor, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Being able to respond to a speech as it is being given has proven to be invaluable in public speaking classes. When reviewing the speeches, students are able to see and pin point the exact moment a comment is made. GoReact provides that self-reflection necessary to improve future presentation and speeches.
Lecturer, California State University, San Bernardino