Digital video database: Supporting student teachers' learning about teaching during teaching practice

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Abstract

This article introduces the setting-up of an online digital video database by the teacher education institute. An investigation into the application of the online digital videos database to support student teachers learning to teach during their teaching practice period is discussed, which includes the details of trimming the videos of teaching practice into learning objects for peer evaluation in order to construct good teaching & learning practices for sharing. Analysis of peer evaluation and feedbacks in the discussion forum among three student teachers involved in this study was conducted to gain a better understanding of the learning objects chosen as good practices of teaching and the nature of suggestions given. The focus group discussion afterwards provided evidences of student teachers’ learning in the process of sharing learning objects on the online digital video database. Copyright © 2006 IOS Press.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLearning by effective utilization of technologies: Facilitating intercultural understanding
EditorsRiichiro MIZOGUCHI , Pierre DILLENBOURG, Zhiting ZHU
Place of PublicationAmsterdam
PublisherIOS Press
Pages389-395
ISBN (Print)9781586036874, 1586036874
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Citation

So, W. M. W. (2006). Digital video database: Supporting student teachers' learning about teaching during teaching practice. In R. Mizoguchi, P. Dillenbourg & Z. Zhu (Eds.), Learning by effective utilization of technologies: Facilitating intercultural understanding (pp. 389-395). Amsterdam; Washington, D.C.: IOS Press.

Keywords

  • Online digital video database
  • Learning objects
  • Reusable resources
  • Learning about teaching

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