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Di viate 2010 2011

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    Digital Video Analysis in Teacher Education
  • Overview
    • Purpose of DiViATE
    • Timetable
    • Key elements
    • Equipment & Documentation
    • Assessment process
    • Student feedback
    • Your questions
  • Purpose
    • Reflect more deeply on own teaching
    • Build skills in small group collaborative work
    • Learn and use technologies relevant to teaching
    • Prepare effectively for interviews
    • Have further evidence of students in the classroom
    • Engage in focused reflective discussion about teaching practice
  • Timetable
    • Wednesday morning sessions (alternate weeks)
    • Guidance and facilitation by tutor
    • Autonomous small working group (4 students)
    Tech workshops
    • Using digital camcorder
    • Editing and Presenting multi-media clips
  • Timetable
    Weds mornings – A/B tutorials alternate weeks
    Five Technical Workshops (9-11 a.m. non-tutorial days)
    Detailed schedule in Moodle
    Starting Week 4 for Group A & Week 5 for Group B
    Digital camcorder
    Intro to Mac & simple video creation
    Editing footage
    Editing students’ own classroom footage
    Finalise clips, embed in ppt & export to drive/disk A:
  • Key elements
    • Planning for & recording lessons (e.g. parental permission; sharing resources responsibly)
    • Careful analysis of own & others' recordings
    • Close peer working relationships (e.g. giving & receiving feedback)
    • Reflection & presentation skills
    • Research & evaluation
  • Key elements
    • Good communication
    Peers (mobile, Moodle & email)
    School (cooperating teacher)
    Tutor & external supervisor (reporting to; seeking advice from and informing of any difficulties)
    • Data protection
    Letter to parents
    Cameras & especially recordings
    Tapes and files deleted end of year
  • Equipment & documentation
    Equipment – ONE PER TEAM
    Camera & tripod
    MacBooks & Dell PC laptops (with case)
    External hard-drives
    Documentation (all available on Moodle)
    Data-protection form
    Equipment lending agreement form
    Minutes of meetings, analysis etc.
  • Assessment
    Teacher as Critically Reflective Practitioner:
    • Action Research Assignment: 70 marks
    • Portfolio & Interview: 80 marks
    Total 150 marks
    Submission date for Portfolio: 12th April 2011
  • Assessment - Portfolio
    1. Reflective writing on your development as a teacher
    ‘Opening statement’, brief reflective assignments and an end of year ‘Closing Statement’
    (Cumulative word count: 3,000 words)
    2. Final presentation for the interview (in a folder with integrated clips)
    3. Five 'artefacts' (e.g. lesson plan, class tests, student survey) to symbolise professional development
  • Assessment - Interview
    Individual interview (early May)
    • Assessment of REFLECTION on teaching (not an assessment of teaching)
    • Conducted after submission of portfolio
    • Total time 20 minutes (max)
    • Presentation: 5 to 7 min.
    • Interview: 10 to 15 mins.
    • Interviewers: your tutor and A. N. Other
  • Student Feedback
    ‘the most beneficial part was the group work’(Female student, 2006)
    ‘I enjoyed the group work and mixing with other subject teachers’(Female student, 2006)
    ‘The requirement to work in teams was a significant plus’.(Male student, 2006)
    ‘Positive, as each member possessed a variety of skills and talents that were pooled together. It was a learning experience in many regards, learning from each other and sharing ideas’(from questionnaire, 2007)
  • Student Feedback
    ‘I found the viewing and analysing of each member’s video […] to be very beneficial, as trusted feedback was given and together we discussed ways of improving and developing our teaching skills and our lessons.’(from questionnaire, 2007)
    ‘Before this, as my group know, I had not even sent an email. Now I am very capable of editing a movie and using PowerPoint’.(Female Student, 2006).
  • Student Feedback
    ‘Although basic, the skills I learned through recording, editing and presenting have given me a certain confidence. I never would have thought of myself as being very technical …I found that I am quite capable at the technical side of things. And to my greater surprise I enjoyed it immensely’.(Female student, written reflection 2007).
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