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ERIC Number: ED085393
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Nov
Pages: 11
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Self-Evaluation in Student Teaching.
East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC. School of Education.
The Elementary Education Department at East Carolina University, in cooperation with the public schools in the area, has developed a program that involves videotaping approximately 60 student teachers located throughout eastern North Carolina. The taping was made possible through close coordination of university supervisors, public school personnel, and a technical assistant. The first phase of the program allowed the student teachers to be taped once during the quarter by the technical assistant. A second phase of the program calls for the student teachers to tape themselves and make these tapes available to their university supervisors and supervising teachers for evaluative purposes. As part of phase two, student teachers will tape themselves more than once during the quarter. It is felt that additional tapings will enhance the meaning of this self-evaluative technique by allowing the student teacher to view his progress. Prospective student teachers will learn the basics of operating video tape equipment during undergraduate methods courses and microteaching sessions. Equipment used in the second phase is made available to the school where the teacher is assigned. (Author/JA)
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Authoring Institution: East Carolina Univ., Greenville, NC. School of Education.