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ERIC Number: ED076552
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Apr
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Self-Observation and Self-Analysis in Teacher Training. Teacher Materials and Curriculum Together with Preliminary Findings on Their Use. Research Bulletin No. 14.
Brusling, Christer; Tingsell, Jan-Gunnar
This new model for the supervision of student teachers utilizes videotaping hardware which allows the student teacher and his supervisor to evaluate teaching methods and behavior. Thus, the student teacher is better able to supervise himself. Employing Flanders Interaction Analysis, the student is able to interpret his teaching on closed-circuit T.V. This enables him to measure the predominant qualities of contact between teacher and pupils. Results of preliminary testing indicate that student observations on the same videotaped lesson agree with each other to a moderate degree. The latter can be explained by the relatively short teacher training time. (Six appendixes detailing data are included.) (JB)
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Authoring Institution: Gothenburg School of Education (Sweden). Dept. of Educational Research.