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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
This action research study describes the incorporation of a video-editing activity in an 'Introduction to Reflective Teaching Practice' course. Key features of the video-editing activities included (1) active videotaping of preservice teachers' field teaching by university supervisors, (2) self-directed video review by preservice teachers to support writing a reflective lesson analysis, (3) selection and editing of video vignettes by preservice teachers to illustrate their written reflections, and (4) posting of video vignettes on the students' electronic portfolio pages. 16 preservice teachers participated in this study.
Updated: Nov. 23, 2009
As part of an elementary science methods course, 40 preservice teachers were asked to reflect on and respond to narrative vignettes describing a teacher’s decision making with regard to lesson plans. Results suggest that descriptions of teaching situated in lesson plans can promote productive reflection for preservice teachers.
Updated: Jul. 08, 2009
Vignettes have long been used as a tool to model, teach, and research behavior and understanding. They also have been used to stimulate discussion and problem solving in learning situations. The paper summarizes an analysis of the effects of vignette instruction on vignette quiz performance in three sections of a blended graduate educational psychology course. Study results suggest that vignette instruction provides efficient near-transfer opportunities and richer scaffolding experiences on student mastery of subject matter.
Updated: Mar. 12, 2009