Developing video-based teacher training
Video recordings from authentic classroom settings have proven to be effective learning resources for educating pre-service teachers.
How do classroom videos provide resources that help develop expertise in the instructional repertoires of teacher candidates?
QUINT uses videos in teacher training, focusing on:
- The effects of video-based training in Nordic pre-service teachers’ use of feedback and modeling of solutions to students’ assignments in classrooms;
- Fostering expertise in teacher candidates’ repertoires in organizing productive classroom discussions and fostering student engagement via videos of real classroom discussions; and
- Using video recordings from candidates’ field placements to develop pre-service teachers’ reflexive capacity for analyzing the interplay between instructional activities, interaction patterns, classroom composition, and student learning.
- Learning to notice in teacher education: The use of video as an instructional tool
Associate Professor Inga Staal Jenset, University of Oslo
Department of Teacher Education and School Research