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ERIC Number: ED072033
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 13
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The Improvement of Education through the Use of Video-Tape in Programs for those Preparing to Become Teachers and for In-Service Programs for Experienced Teachers.
Eastern Washington Univ., Cheney.
The objective of this project at Eastern Washington State College was to improve the quality of education in preservice teacher preparation programs, in-service teacher education programs, and teacher placement practices through a variety of video tape programs. A list of the preservice education courses which utilized video tapes was presented. Twenty-one in-service courses that were adopted for video tape utilization were also presented. The first 19 consisted of one to eight video tapes with appropriate learning packages and feedback tapes. The last two courses on individualized instruction and team teaching were presented in more detail. The use of video tapes in assessing the performance of teachers for admission to programs in teacher education was described. Video tapes were also used in teacher placement credential files. The approximate costs of the project were given. Evaluation showed positive evidence that course goals and program objectives were accomplished to a greater degree than were previously used techniques. (BRB)
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Sponsor: American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Eastern Washington Univ., Cheney.
Identifiers - Location: Washington