Visiting researcher Dr Kennedy Chan from University of Hong Kong explains how video-based approaches can promote learning in teacher education.
Videos have been widely used in initial teacher education. Surprisingly, there have been few studies investigating what student teachers feel when they are watching and analysing their own teaching videos.
This seminar reports on the initial findings of a study that examined student teacher learning in a year-long video-based methods course aimed at improving student teachers' ability to notice and interpret pedagogically significant events.
Dr Chan will address how part of the research probed into the emotion of the student teachers as they were engaging in an innovative video-analysis assignment. He will discuss the findings that suggest student teachers' feeling about their own videos changed in a complex manner as they were watching their own and their peers' videos.
If you're a researcher or educator working with video in supporting student learning across all discipline areas this seminar is not to be missed.
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