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ERIC Number: ED106270
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Nov
Pages: 31
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The Use of the Videotape Recorder in Teacher Self-Evaluation.
Crim, Roger D.
This document contains five chapters. The first chapter is entitled "The Need for Self-Evaluation." It explains why teacher self-evaluation is necessary and outlines the basic assumptions underlying teacher self-appraisal. Chapter two looks at the value of videotape recorders in providing an objective, neutral record of teaching. Chapter three examines the use of codes--systems used to view classroom behavior from different points of view. This chapter also describes the Roberson Self-Appraisal System. Chapter four describes three programs using videotape. The first is a video inservice program; the second, interaction analysis adapted to videotape; and the third, student teacher self-evaluation. Chapter five presents the summary and conclusions. It stresses the need for a nonthreatening situation for self-evaluation (which videotaping can provide), and a desire on the part of the teacher for improvement. (PB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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