ERIC Number: ED240976
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Report on the International Conference on Technology in the Service of Teacher Training (with Special Regard to the Use of Video Techniques in Pre-Service Training) (Szombathely, Hungary, October 5-10, 1981). Organized with the Support of UNESCO.
Hungarian National Commission for UNESCO, Budapest.; National Centre for Educational Technology, Budapest (Hungary).; Szombathely Teacher Training Coll. (Hungary).
This document provides summaries of the conference organization, opening speeches, election of the chairperson, 4 presented papers and 11 contributions, conclusions, and recommendations. The following papers are presented in full in the appendix: (1) "Design and Production of Educational Materials for the Modernization of Teacher Training in the Szombathely Teacher Training College" by Sandor Orosz; (2) "Notes on Educational Technology and the Use of Videotechniques in Teacher Education in Sweden" by Christer Brusling; (3) "The Use of Educational Television in Teacher Training in the European Socialist Countries through the Example of the German Democratic Republic" by Hans-Georg Heun; and (4) "Main Trends in Educational Technology and the Use of Video Technique in the West European Countries" by Walther Zifreund. Additional contributions (also appended) examine the following topics: television notes in educational science; the electronic classroom of the Maribor Pedagogical Academy; analysis of critical incidents in teaching; use of audiovisual techniques and educational technology in the classroom and in teacher training; unification of methods and educational technology for teacher training and inservice training with video techniques and computer systems; developing pedagogical abilities using video at the Szombathely teacher training college; the instructor experimental program for developing pedagogical abilities with video in vocational training; using the videorecorder in teaching didactics; use of videorecordings in higher education and teacher training in East Germany; and use of technology in the training of future teachers. (LMM)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Higher Education
Sponsor: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).
Authoring Institution: Hungarian National Commission for UNESCO, Budapest.; National Centre for Educational Technology, Budapest (Hungary).; Szombathely Teacher Training Coll. (Hungary).
Identifiers: Europe; Two Way Television; UNESCO