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ERIC Number: ED047672
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 9
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Introducing SPT/VTR:P (Sequenced Peer Teaching/Video Tape Recording: Playback).
Case, Chester H.; Brown, Steven A.
Sequenced Peer Teaching/Video-Tape Recording: Playback (SPT/VTR: P) is a short-term, in-service program for the augmentation of instruction. It offers a way for instructors to observe their own instruction and that of their colleagues in a context that provides for maximum attention to teaching. An instructor plays a sequence of videotaped teaching lessons to a small group of colleagues. Playback follows, as does a group critique. The four phases in program development are: planning meetings; first workshop; inter-workshop activities; and second workshop. The basic premises behind SPT/VTR:P are joint planning, peer teaching, group setting, information, sequenced procedure, long range professional benefits, and outside facilitators. (CA)
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