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ERIC Number: ED030671
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-May
Pages: 17
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A Study of the Production and Use of Videotaped Materials in the Training of In-Service and Pre-Service Teachers of English. Final Report.
Judy, Stephen
This study at Northwestern University (Illinois) was concerned with the production and use of video taped materials in teacher training programs. Using a portable, one-half inch video tape unit, the investigators prepared 26 tapes (30 to 40 minutes each) covering many aspects of English teaching (K-12). Thirteen of the tapes were classroom demonstrations and 13 were lectures or lecture-discussions. In video taping the material, several problems--e.g., picture detail, microphone mixing--were encountered, and techniques that seemed useful for increasing the interest level and pedagogical level of "home made" video taped materials were developed. These tapes were shown in a variety of undergraduate and graduate English education courses, in several in-service University courses, in training courses given by local school personnel, and in parent-teacher meetings. No attempt was made to evaluate the effectiveness of video taped materials as an in-service change agent. (Appended to this report is an annotated bibliography of the 26 video tapes, which will be available through the Northwestern University English Curriculum Study and Dissemination Center.) (Author/LH)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Illinois State-Wide Curriculum Study Center in the Preparation of Secondary English Teachers, Urbana.