My assessment and feedback strategy caters to diverse skill levels, adapting to players’ Valorant growth.
Live Gameplay Sessions for Foundation:
I initiate with live gameplay, the basis for assessment. This lets me observe decisions, positioning, and mechanics in real-time. Swift feedback enhances essential skills crucial in intense moments.
Transitioning to Detailed VOD Reviews:
Advancing players undergo meticulous Video-On-Demand (VOD) analysis. Deep dives into gameplay dissect engagements, rotations, and strategies. Insights not apparent during live play lead to significant overall progress.
Learning from Pro Players’ Gameplay:
I integrate pro players’ gameplay analysis for strategic acumen. Students learn high-level decision-making and reasoning. Together, we discuss, quiz, and develop smart decision-making akin to elite players.
Tailored Assessments and Quizzes:
Throughout our journey, tailored assessments and quizzes enhance learning. Tests gauge concept grasp and encourage in-game application. This solidifies understanding, bridging theory and action.
Open Communication for Holistic Feedback:
Open dialogue is key. Players share thoughts, aiding insights into thought processes. Tailored guidance aligned with learning preferences results from this exchange.
In summary, my assessment and feedback blend live gameplay, VOD reviews, learning from pros, tailored assessments, quizzes, and communication emphasis. This multifaceted strategy ensures personalized guidance across all Valorant stages.
Both watching live gameplay and reviewing recorded matches (VODs). If it’s not live gameplay, I can either record myself reviewing it and send it to the client, or we can do it together in a Discord call, it’s up to them.
I look at their profile on tracker.gg, so I can see their rank and how much they play the game. But most important is seeing their performance in-game so I can see what mistakes they shouldn’t be committing at their rank anymore.
I provide feedback before, during, and after the match that they played (Or VOD that we watched), and after the session, I give them notes with points they can improve and how to do it.