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ERIC Number: ED019847
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 25
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TELEVISION RECORDINGS AND TEACHER EDUCATION--NEW DIRECTIONS.
PINNEY, ROBERT H.; MILTZ, ROBERT J.
THE STANFORD SCHOOL OF EDUCATION HAS BEEN USING PORTABLE VIDEO TAPE RECORDING SYSTEMS FOR A VARIETY OF NEW INSTRUCTIONAL AND RESEARCH PURPOSES. DURING PRESERVICE TRAINING, TEACHER-INTERNS USE SPECIFIC SKILLS TO GIVE SHORT LESSONS WHICH ARE VIDEOTAPED AND REVIEWED IMMEDIATELY WITH A SUPERVISOR. TEACHER-INTERNS ARE LATER VIDEOTAPED UNOBTRUSIVELY IN THEIR CLASSROOMS FOR FEEDBACK ON CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE. A NEW INTERN PROGRAM TRAINS INTERNS IN VIDEO TAPE OBSERVATION, AND THEN DEMONSTRATES SPECIFIC SKILLS THROUGH VIDEO TAPES OF EXPERIENCED TEACHERS, FOLLOWED BY INTERN PRACTICE. A STUDY OF SUPERVISORY TECHNIQUES REVEALS THAT USE OF VIDEO TAPE RECORDINGS CAN INCREASE THE SUPERVISOR'S ABILITY TO CHANGE SUBSEQUENT RECORDED TEACHER BEHAVIOR. RESULTS OF A STUDY ON TEACHER SELECTION SHOW THAT A FIVE MINUTE VIDEOTAPED LESSON CAN BE AS RELIABLE A PREDICTOR OF SUBSEQUENT TEACHING PERFORMANCE AS THE NORMAL LENGTH INTERVIEW PROCEDURE. VIDEO TAPE RECORDINGS CAN ALSO BE USED FOR SUPERVISION OF EXPERIENCED TEACHERS, FOR SUPERVISOR TRAINING, FOR PRERECORDED SUBSTITUTE LESSONS, AND FOR REMOTE SUPERVISION. A SPECIAL SYSTEM FOR SINGLE SCREEN VIEWING OF BOTH TEACHER AND STUDENTS IN BEING INVESTIGATED. COMPONENT AND COST DESCRIPTIONS ARE INCLUDED, WITH PHOTOGRAPHS. (BB)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Stanford Center for Research and Development in Teaching.
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