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Shooting yourself — Advice for teachers capturing video in the classroom

 

Advice for teachers on capturing video in the classroom - by Jim Lengel, Hunter College School of Education

Digital video can serve as a powerful tool to document and analyze teaching. It can capture the tone of the overall classroom environment as well as the nuances of particular instructional techniques. It can help the teacher to see and hear how his or her work is perceived by others, and enable faculty to provide targeted feedback based on close analysis. This article provides some ideas and tips that will help you take full advantage of digital video capture, storage, and analysis technologies to improve the preparation and continued professional development of teachers. It describes a process to plan, capture, edit, analyze, and store video clips of teachers at work.


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Cyndi Danner-Kuhn's curator insight, November 18, 2013 7:07 AM

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Kris McGlaun's curator insight, November 21, 2013 10:15 AM

Rationale why I should be shooting myself even if I don't like to see myself on the video.

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17 Pros and Cons of Using iPads in the Classroom - SecureEdge

17 Pros and Cons of Using iPads in the Classroom - SecureEdge | Katies' Finds | Scoop.it

"For many schools this year, the dream of having iPads in the classroom turned into a reality. Some schools have brought them in through 1:1 initiatives and other seen them start to flood in after implementing BYOD policies. As with anything else, teachers have seen some pros and cons with this cool, new classroom technology. Here’s a list of some things to expect with iPads in the classroom."


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