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ERIC Number: ED003512
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961-Dec-14
Pages: 26
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CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION IN TEACHER EDUCATION.
KELLER, ROBERT J.; AND OTHERS
A 3-YEAR PROJECT WAS INITIATED IN THE SPRING OF 1959 FOR BROAD PURPOSES--(1) TO STUDY THE RELATIVE ADVANTAGES OF OBSERVATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION BY CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION (CCTV), USE OF KINESCOPES, AND DIRECT OBSERVATION, (2) TO DEVELOP VALID AND RELIABLE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS FOR EVALUATING OBSERVATIONAL PRACTICES AND SKILLS, (3) TO DEVELOP KINESCOPE RECORDINGS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION, (4) TO EVALUATE THE USEFULNESS OF THESE RECORDINGS, AND (5) TO PROVIDE A PILOT STUDY FOR ASSESSING WAYS IN WHICH CCTV CAN BE USED IN RELATED AREAS OF TEACHER EDUCATION. THIS BROCHURE OR GRAPHIC REPORT PRESENTED IN PICTORIAL FORM SOME OF THE PROJECT EXPERIENCES, PROCEDURES, AND DIMENSIONS, ARE INCLUDED--(1) A DESCRIPTION OF THE ADVANTAGES OF CCTV AND KINESCOPE RECORDINGS, (2) A LISTING OF THE RECORDINGS PRODUCED, (3) A PRESENTATION OF THEIR APPLICATIONS, AND (4) SUMMARY RESEARCH FINDINGS. THE INVESTIGATIONS SHOWED THAT CCTV PERMITTED FLEXIBLE USE OF STUDENT AND STAFF TIME AND OF PHYSICAL FACILITIES. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Center for Research in Human Learning.
Identifiers: MINNESOTA; Minnesota (Minneapolis)