The Impact of Videotaped Teaching on Reflective Practices of Preservice Teachers

ID: 44725 Type: Poster/Demo
  1. Daphney L. Curry, Ph.D., Midwestern State University, United States
  2. Linda K. Lilienthal, Ed.D., University of Nebraska Kearney, United States
  3. Phillip, J. Blacklock, Ed.D., Midwestern State University, United States

Wednesday, March 4 1:45 PM-3:15 PM Location: Amazon G View on map

Presider: Brenda Vogds, Eastern Carver County School, United States

Abstract: This study explores the reflective practices of pre-service teachers that have an impact on teaching effectiveness and overall teaching quality. Specifically, this study investigates pre-service teacher’s professional growth by evaluating their depth of reflection using video analyses. The objectives of this research are to: (a) explore the impact of videotaped teaching on reflective practices of pre-service teachers, (b) provide information that informs educators on the value of videotaped teaching analyses, and (c) examine the relationship among video teaching analyses and depth of reflective thought and teacher growth.


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