Promoting Language Teachers' Reflection on Technology Integration in a Video-Enhanced Online Environment

ID: 51816 Type: Brief Paper
  1. Ai-Chu Ding, Indiana University, United States

Tuesday, March 27 2:25-2:45 PM Location: Edison A View on map

Presider: Kristy Litster, Utah State University, Mathematics Education and Leadership, United States

Abstract: This study examines a group of language teachers’ technology integration reflections as they are engaged in a reflective inquiry model substantially supported by the video case approaches. The inductive approach to content analysis were used to examine participants’ video case discussions, self-made video cases and interview transcripts for better understanding on what reflections are generated when video cases are introduced. Findings indicates that, as language teachers engaged in video case discussions, their reflections on technology integration were also highly contextualized and situated within students’ technology using behaviors. Also, since video cases provide concrete and rich contextual information, participants were able to reflect on the interactional and linguistic aspect of pedagogical considerations.


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