The material appeared to be well-structured, although the structure wasn't necessarily easy to follow as it was only presented aurally. The content seemed reasonable, with more emphasis on theory than research. It could have benefited from some practical examples.
The communication in this presentation relied almost exclusively on audio. The visual component was head and shoulders video of the person. Probably more effective here could be the use of text and images. There was perhaps too much reference to the chapter - remember, the presentation should be a stand-alone work which focuses on explaining the key problem and key points without the reader having to go to the chapter (although the option should be available). For example, rather than refer to the quiz, why not ask the viewer about the key question - i.e., the take home message? Greater variation in tone could make the presentation more interesting and perhaps also some longer pauses between sections, to help let content sink in.
The video and audio were clear. The video title could have reflected the book chapter title more closely - i.e., be more specific and focused on a specific question. There is no description about the video. It is not clear whether a copyright license has been consciously chosen. There is no link to the book chapter or link from the book chapter to the presentation.