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This research examined how 240 teachers in 15 classrooms described their experiences of their learning to compose with digital video (DV). The findings described composition connections they made between print and video, successes and frustrations they experienced in learning DV, additional technical instruction they wanted, and the curricular relevance they perceived with DV in the classroom.
Updated: Jan. 10, 2016
Teachers’ Reports of Learning and Application to Pedagogy Based on Engagement in Collaborative Peer Video Analysis
The authors explored teachers’ learning of new ideas about pedagogy and their self-reported application of this learning. The findings revealed that teachers reported applying 40% of their learning; particularly, what they learned about methods and materials for instruction, and that they learned from both video and discussion almost equally.
Updated: May. 12, 2015