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ERIC Number: ED018981
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 30
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THE USE OF VIDEO PROCESSES IN TEACHER EDUCATION.
MCHENRY, VERE A.
TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS CAN BE USED TO IMPROVE TEACHER EDUCATION. A MULTI-STATE TEACHER EDUCATION PROJECT PLANS AND DEVELOPS PROGRAMS FOR MICROTEACHING WITH THE HELP OF VIDEOTAPE RECORDERS (VTR). MICROTEACHING, THE ISOLATION OF SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF THE TEACHING TASK, ENABLES TRAINEES TO FOCUS ON AND ACQUIRE TECHNIQUES OF INSTRUCTION WITH THE BENEFIT OF IMMEDIATE FEEDBACK. FIFTEEN VIDEOTAPES SHOWING CLASSROOM EPISODES ARE RECORDED, COVERING DIFFERENT SITUATIONS--(1) SUPERIOR TEACHER AT WORK, (2) STUDENT TEACHER AT WORK, AND (3) STRUCTURED OBSERVATIONS OF CLASSROOM ACTIVITIES. A BANK, CONSISTING OF TAPES AND FILMS OF MODEL CLASSROOM SITUATIONS, IS ENVISIONED. MAJOR CONCLUSIONS ARE THAT STUDENT TEACHERS APPROVE OF MICROTEACHING, THAT TEACHERS CAN OPERATE VTR EQUIPMENT, AND THAT REPAIRING AND MAINTAINING EQUIPMENT PRESENTS A SERIOUS, COMPLICATED PROBLEM, REQUIRING SERVICE ARRANGEMENTS WITH SALES AGENCIES. AN ANNOTATED LIST OF TAPES PRODUCED IS INCLUDED. (OH)
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Authoring Institution: Multi-State Teacher Education Project, Baltimore, MD.; Utah State Board of Education, Salt Lake City.
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