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ERIC Number: ED054055
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 21
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Reference Count: 0
A Guide to Implementing the Video Inservice Program (VIP).
Crandall, Curtis R.; Shibata, Kenneth E.
This guide suggests administrative techniques for adopting the Video Inservice Program (VIP) in a local school system and some human relation techniques in assisting teacher self-appraisal. Successful implementation of the VIP depends on the selection and training of a competent Staff Development Counselor. After training, the Staff Development Counselor will assist the teachers in using the VIP self-appraisal instrument and in identifying their inservice needs. He will also be responsible for the technical aspects of videotaping. Another important ingredient for success is the school administrator who must provide the time and materials necessary for teacher to learn new teaching behaviors. The relationship between the teacher and the Staff Development Counselor should be one of mutual respect and trust. The training sequence will include an initial videotape to identify behaviors to be changed; selection and use of training materials, such as the Far West Laboratory minicourses; microteaching to practice the new behaviors; and finally, classroom teaching using the new behaviors. (A related document is ED 029 824 which contains a Teacher Guide for Self-Appraisal and the Instrument for Teacher Self-Appraisal.) (RT)
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Sponsor: Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Nebraska Educational Service Unit 6, Milford.
Note: ESEA Title III project no. 68-6291