Search results for: Calandra Brendan
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Examining the Quality of Preservice Science Teachers’ Written Reflections When Using Video Recordings, Audio Recordings, and Memories of a Teaching Event
This study aimed to explore what happened when a group of preservice teachers (PSTs) used video prompts, audio prompts, or memory alone during a guided reflective writing exercise. The authors conclude that the findings revealed that reflection papers written while referencing video of critical teaching incidents were of significantly higher quality than those written while referencing audio.
Updated: Dec. 27, 2018
This paper presents a schema-based framework for analyzing teachers’ video-aided reflection on their own teaching. Results emphasized the importance of participants’ prior knowledge as a major influence on their ability to reflect.
Updated: May. 03, 2016
This case study describes how 18 preservice teachers learned to nurture literary meaning-making via activities based on Louise Rosenblatt's Reader Response Theory within a multi-user virtual environment (MUVE). The authors found that these preservice teachers were able to learn about a technology integration activity within the context of building English Language Arts (ELA) pedagogical content knowledge.
Updated: Feb. 29, 2016
This paper reports research concerning the effective use of video editing to help cultivate novice teachers' reflective practice. For this study, the authors used a qualitative research design to examine two guided reflection activities for two groups of novice teachers. Given that both groups used the same reflection guide, the authors found that students who developed video vignettes produced longer and more multifaceted reflections.
Updated: Dec. 01, 2009
Decisions related to the implementation of audio in e-learning are perplexing for many instructional designers, and deciphering theory and principles related to audio use can be difficult for practitioners. Yet, as bandwidth on the Internet increases, digital audio is becoming more common in online courses. This article provides a review of relevant literature and the results of a survey conducted with instructional designers to determine their thought processes as they designed e-Learning courseware with audio components.
Updated: Dec. 01, 2008
The article examined preserive teachers' successful video sketches. They were also interested how the participants wrote reflections, as a result of creating these sketches. Results showed that participants focused on video vignettes about themselves, and on technical aspects of teaching.
Updated: Oct. 29, 2008