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ERIC Number: ED025458
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Sep
Pages: 34
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Reference Count: 0
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Video Processes in Teacher Education Programs; Scope, Techniques, and Assessment. Multi-State Teacher Education Project, Monograph III.
Bosley, Howard E.; And Others
"Video Processes Are Changing Teacher Education" by Howard Bosley (the first of five papers comprising this document) discusses the Multi-State Teacher Education Project (M-STEP) experimentation with media; it lists various uses of video processes, concentrating specifically on microteaching and the use of simulation and critical incidents materials. A paper by Clark Webb and others of Brigham Young University describes a large-scale microteaching program, depicting a typical session and discussing equipment, facilities, logistics, and evaluation. A companion paper by Clark Webb and Hugh Baird presents the results of "a limited investigation into the potential of a super 8mm cartridge film for brief (3-10 minute) model teaching episodes." Attached are lists of approximate costs of selected pieces of equipment and of representative processes and manufacturing companies. "Developing a State's Resources for Television in Teacher Education" by G.W. Hopkins reports the South Carolina M-STEP program's problems, organizational structure, and progress; it includes a list of tapes and accompanying study guides (plus corollary publications) prepared for use in that program and "available for use." In the final paper Bosley presents "An Appraisal" of various video processes as viewed by participants in the M-STEP experiment. (JS)
M-STEP Central Office, 1101 St. Paul St., Baltimore, Maryland 21202 (free).
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Sponsor: Multi-State Teacher Education Project, Baltimore, MD.
Authoring Institution: Multi-State Teacher Education Project, Baltimore, MD.
Identifiers: Brigham Young University UT; M STEP; Multi State Teacher Education Project; South Carolina; Utah