Teachers’ Reports of Learning and Application to Pedagogy Based on Engagement in Collaborative Peer Video Analysis

From Section:
Instruction in Teacher Training
Oct. 01, 2014

Source: Teaching Education, Volume 25, Issue 4, 2014, pages 349-374

The authors explored teachers’ learning of new ideas about pedagogy and their self-reported application of this learning.
Nine inservice and 48 preservice teachers participated in video-based reflective discussions and documented their learning, sources of knowledge that contributed to their learning, and application of this learning to their teaching in their practica courses.

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: Dec. 07, 2019
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