As of Spring 2014 the teacher certification requirements for New York State require video analysis of teaching and lesson development. This self-guided, stand-alone tutorial provides video recording guidelines and suggestions with built-in questions to improve understanding. Although it is specific to Lehman College students regarding how to borrow equipment, by skipping the detailed video, it is likely to be relevant for other programs.
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Carol Helton (Faculty)
Julie Halsey (Consultant)
You did a great job with adding redirect and review when the wrong answer was selected. I also appreciated the pen tool at the bottom of the presentation. It would be very handy for the viewer to make notes as they move through the StAIR. You might consider adding at the end of the PPT a way to contact you via email with an embedded link if there are questions that have not been answered yet. I understand this a “part 1” so this may be something for “part 2”.
The other area that could potentially be helpful is to add a section where the camera user can access all of the forms to sign out equipment or permission forms for others to videotape can be accessed at. I think a “one stop” saves the viewer time is very helpful and appreciated.
Jennifer Gross-Russell (Teacher (K-12))
The first page was a bit of an information overload for me. Seemed like there was a lot going on--I did like how the presentation lead a logical sequence and it also had appropriate visuals.
Kelly Hanson (Teacher (K-12))
Informative for a pre-service teacher who is new to recording in the classroom. Two videos and a screen shot of a calendar make the slide show visually interesting.
The sound and video did not work on my school computer. The file may have been too large for the operating system?
If you click anywhere on the screen (even just above the left action arrow), it directs you to the next slide.
Brad Laibly (Teacher (K-12))
This is a very detailed resource to help college students aquire the necessary resources to provide video documentation of their teaching abilities. The resource makes excellent use of quizzing the learner and providing feedback immediately.
The volume of the embedded videos varies enough that I had to adjust the volume on my computer in order to hear them. The graphics were great and it was very easy to use.