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    1. 1. DIViATE<br />Digital Video Analysis in Teacher Education <br />
    2. 2. Overview<br /><ul><li>Purpose of DiViATE
    3. 3. Timetable
    4. 4. Key elements
    5. 5. Equipment & Documentation
    6. 6. Assessment process
    7. 7. Student feedback
    8. 8. Your questions</li></li></ul><li>Purpose<br />Students… <br /><ul><li>Reflect more deeply on own teaching
    9. 9. Build skills in small group collaborative work
    10. 10. Learn and use technologies relevant to teaching
    11. 11. Prepare effectively for interviews</li></ul>Tutors…<br /><ul><li>Have further evidence of students in the classroom
    12. 12. Engage in focused reflective discussion about teaching practice</li></li></ul><li>Timetable<br />Tutorials<br /><ul><li>Wednesday morning sessions (alternate weeks)
    13. 13. Guidance and facilitation by tutor
    14. 14. Autonomous small working group (4 students)</li></ul>Tech workshops<br /><ul><li>Using digital camcorder
    15. 15. Editing and Presenting multi-media clips</li></li></ul><li>Timetable<br />Weds mornings – A/B tutorials alternate weeks<br />Five Technical Workshops (9-11 a.m. non-tutorial days)<br />Detailed schedule in Moodle<br />Starting Week 4 for Group A & Week 5 for Group B<br />Digital camcorder <br />Intro to Mac & simple video creation<br />Editing footage<br />Editing students’ own classroom footage<br />Finalise clips, embed in ppt & export to drive/disk A:<br />
    16. 16. Key elements <br /><ul><li>Planning for & recording lessons (e.g. parental permission; sharing resources responsibly)
    17. 17. Careful analysis of own & others' recordings
    18. 18. Close peer working relationships (e.g. giving & receiving feedback)
    19. 19. Reflection & presentation skills
    20. 20. Research & evaluation</li></li></ul><li>Key elements <br /><ul><li>Good communication </li></ul>Peers (mobile, Moodle & email)<br />School (cooperating teacher)<br />Tutor & external supervisor (reporting to; seeking advice from and informing of any difficulties)<br /><ul><li>Data protection</li></ul>Letter to parents<br />Cameras & especially recordings<br />Tapes and files deleted end of year<br />
    21. 21. Equipment & documentation<br />Equipment – ONE PER TEAM<br />Camera & tripod<br />MacBooks & Dell PC laptops (with case) <br />External hard-drives<br />Documentation (all available on Moodle)<br />Data-protection form<br />Equipment lending agreement form<br /> Minutes of meetings, analysis etc.<br />
    22. 22. Assessment <br />Teacher as Critically Reflective Practitioner: <br /><ul><li>Action Research Assignment: 70 marks
    23. 23. Portfolio & Interview: 80 marks</li></ul>Total 150 marks <br />Submission date for Portfolio: 12th April 2011<br />
    24. 24. Assessment - Portfolio<br />1. Reflective writing on your development as a teacher<br />Includes: <br />‘Opening statement’, brief reflective assignments and an end of year ‘Closing Statement’ <br /> (Cumulative word count: 3,000 words)<br />2. Final presentation for the interview (in a folder with integrated clips)<br />3. Five 'artefacts' (e.g. lesson plan, class tests, student survey) to symbolise professional development <br />
    25. 25. Assessment - Interview<br />Individual interview (early May)<br /><ul><li>Assessment of REFLECTION on teaching (not an assessment of teaching)
    26. 26. Conducted after submission of portfolio
    27. 27. Total time 20 minutes (max)
    28. 28. Presentation: 5 to 7 min.
    29. 29. Interview: 10 to 15 mins.
    30. 30. Interviewers: your tutor and A. N. Other</li></li></ul><li>Student Feedback<br />‘the most beneficial part was the group work’(Female student, 2006)<br />‘I enjoyed the group work and mixing with other subject teachers’(Female student, 2006)<br />‘The requirement to work in teams was a significant plus’.(Male student, 2006)<br />‘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)<br />
    31. 31. Student Feedback<br />‘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)<br />‘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).<br />
    32. 32. Student Feedback<br />‘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).<br />
    33. 33. Do you have any…?<br />

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