Protocol for Reflection for Swivl Video Supervision

ID: 52036 Type: Best Practices
  1. Suzanne Porath and David Allen, Kansas State University, United States

Tuesday, March 27 11:45 AM-12:00 PM Location: Whitney View on map

Presider: Dr. Antoinette Marie Davis, Embry-Ridde Aeronautical University, United States

Abstract: Last year, our university instituted distance and online video supervision for both practicum and student teaching experiences using the Swivl platform with IPads It is being used across programs including traditional face-to-face undergraduate supervision, graduate-level clinical supervision, and the fully online Masters of Arts of Teaching (MAT) with elementary licensure. As more teacher candidates and graduate students use the platform, we have had to design ways to support, scaffold, and ensure reflection on practice through video. In this presentation, we will present a protocol that was designed to scaffold video analysis and reflection for our second semester practicum students in a traditional undergraduate program. It will highlight what we’ve learned about using this protocol and what the pre-service teachers and supervisors thought about using the protocol, along with the revisions we’ve made.


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