Video Analysis Techniques for the Reflective Practitioner

ID: 51995 Type: Roundtable
  1. Sarah Nagro, George Mason University, United States

Thursday, March 29 11:30 AM-12:30 PM Location: Edison Ballroom D View on map

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Abstract: Video-recording activities can be used to guide reflective practices Educators can watch video evidence of their own teaching to then reflect in a process referred to as video analysis The value of capturing and analyzing one’s teaching practices using video analysis is now recognized across teacher credentialing and evaluation forums but also as a method for self-improvement that can be integrated into professional routines This video analysis process can be explained in four steps: video-record a lesson from start to finish, watch back the videotaped lesson to self-evaluate, reflect on the videotaped lesson, and then implement change The purpose of this presentation is to demonstrate the four step video analysis process, provide exemplar self-reflection and evaluation tools, and discuss implications for professional practice within teacher education


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