Michael Campbell, Middle School Physical Education specialist, realises the importance of students being able to see their practice in action in order to be able to identify strengths and weaknesses in body movement. Michael harnessed the potential of the iPad as a mobile device to organise students to record themselves and their peers in collaborative activities looking specifically at their physical skills and practice in slow motion. Recording the student’s tee-ball striking skills challenged them to improve their execution by viewing and discussing their slow-motion action. The boys used airdrop to share their footage to their collaborative partners which they then analysed and would screenshot the particular image which would provide evidence of the area to focus for improvement. A Keynote scaffold was used to organise the images and the students then added audio recording of what they felt were their strengths and challenges.