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ERIC Number: ED011074
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Jun
Pages: 35
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Reference Count: 0
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THE USE OF VIDEO RECORDINGS IN TEACHER EDUCATION.
OLIVERO, JAMES L.
THE PURPOSE OF THE STUDY WAS TO DETEMINE IF THE QUALITY AND LOGISTICS OF SUPERVISION IN TEACHER TRAINING PROGRAMS COULD BE IMPROVED BY SUBSTITUTING VIDEO RECORDINGS FOR LIVE CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS. RESULTS SHOWED THAT (1) TEACHER TRAINEES WHO RECEIVE FEEDBACK ON THEIR TEACHING PERFORMANCE MAKE GREATER CHANGES IN SELECTED BEHAVIORS THAN TRAINEES WHO DO NOT RECEIVE FEEDBACK AND (2) VIDEO PLUS VERBAL FEEDBACK PRODUCES GREATER CHANGES IN SELECTED BEHAVIORS THAN VERBAL FEEDBACK ALONE. THE RESULTS DID NOT PROVE CONCLUSIVELY THAT VIDEO RECORDINGS COULD ALWAYS BE SUBSTITUTED FOR LIVE OBSERVATIONS IN TEACHER EDUCATION. THE AUTHOR CONCLUDED THAT (1) BY ELIMINATING THE TRANSPORTATION TIME PROBLEM, VIDEO RECORDINGS CAN OFTEN HELP THE SUPERVISOR TO BETTER PERFORM THE TASK FOR WHICH HE IS TRAINED, AND (2) VIDEO RECORDINGS OFFER THE POSSIBILITY OF INCREASING THE LOAD THAT UNIVERSITY TEACHER-TRAINING SUPERVISORS CAN ASSUME. (AL)
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Identifiers: California (Stanford)