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ERIC Number: ED022029
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Mar
Pages: 24
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Reference Count: 0
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The Use of Portable Video Tape Recorders and Micro-Teaching Techniques to Improve Instruction in Vocational-Technical Programs in Illinois; a Pilot Study. Interim Report.
Perlberg, Arye; And Others
The two papers in this report are: (1) "The Use of Portable Video Tape Recorders and Micro-Teaching Techniques to Improve Inservice Training in Area Vocational Schools and in the Vocational-Technical Programs of Junior Colleges," and (2) "The Use of Portable Video Tape Recorders and Micro-Teaching Techniques to Improve Supervision of Prospective Teachers in Vocational-Technical Education." They report a study on the feasibility of using video-tape recordings and micro-teaching techniques to improve the inservice training of teachers and student teachers in vocational-technical programs. Attention was focused on the problems of motivation for change through feedback mechanisms, the elements of systematic analysis, and the development of competency in specifi teaching skills. Teachers participating in the project were taped for 10 to 15 minutes during their classes. These tapes were analyzed by the teacher and a project staff member for suggested modifications in teaching techniques. Some implications for consideration in future project activities were teacher attitudes twoard innovation, the availability of portable video recorders, and more effective planning and administration of program activities. It was concluded that these techniques may have a strong appeal to vocational-technical educators for improvement of their teaching skills. Two bibliographies are included (WB)
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Identifiers: Illinois