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ERIC Number: ED014904
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jul
Pages: 120
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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OBSERVATION AND DEMONSTRATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION BY CLOSED CIRCUIT TELEVISION AND VIDEO TAPE RECORDINGS.
SANDEFUR, J.T.; AND OTHERS
THIS PROJECT WAS DESIGNED TO (1) ASSESS THE FEASIBILITY OF A COOPERATIVE EFFORT IN THE USE OF VIDEO TAPE RECORDINGS BETWEEN A STATE INSTITUTION AND PRIVATE LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES, (2) TO EVALUATE VIDEO TAPE RECORDINGS AS A TOOL IN TEACHER EDUCATION, AND (3) TO EVALUATE INTERACTION ANALYSIS AS AN OBSERVATIONAL TOOL IN VIEWING VIDEO TAPE RECORDINGS OF TEACHING-LEARNING SITUATIONS. 16 PRIVATE COLLEGES WERE GIVEN THE USE OF A VIDEO TAPE VAN, EQUIPPED BY KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, FOR ONE WEEK. OPINION EVALUATION FORMS WERE COMPLETED BY THE STUDENTS WHO VIEWED THE VIDEOTAPE RECORDINGS, BY OFFICIALS OF THE COLLEGES, AND BY THE TECHNICIAN OPERATING THE VAN. THE COOPERATIVE PROJECT WAS FOUND TO BE FEASIBLE WITH RESPECT TO ADMINISTRATION, ACCEPTANCE, AND SUITABILITY. A SUBSAMPLE OF STUDENTS WHO HAD BEEN INTRODUCED TO THE FLANDERS' SYSTEM OF INTERACTION ANALYSIS AS AN OBSERVATIONAL TOOL WAS MORE POSITIVE TOWARDS VIDEO TAPE THAN THE STUDENTS WHO HAD NO KNOWLEDGE OF INTERACTION ANALYSIS. (MS)
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Authoring Institution: Kansas State Teachers Coll., Emporia.
Identifiers: KANSAS