DV Tools for Teacher Prep: How different Colleges of Ed implement DV use and/or production into preservice curriculum.
Diane Judd, Valdosta State: requires each student to submit video of student teaching (approx 480 per semester!!!); refer students to online videos as reference: www.teacherresourcebank.com.
Ken Gilliam, S. Carolina; PT3 Grant testing E-Portfolio production incl HTML and DV: uses InTime as example of effective E-Portfolio; comparing “Pedagogy” track (which uses some linear and online streaming video to learn from) with “Production” track (which puts them through production of E Portfolio). www.pt3-usc.org
Karl Hehr link: CI 201 at Iowa State.
Not surprising variation among degrees of support for tech t raining… some schools do basic demos, students are on their own; SC has PT3-funded GAs to provide one-on-one tutoring time. (Expensive….)
Ann Cunningham, Wake Forest: www.wfu.edu/~cunninac: DV as essential for reflection – getting the students to understand the strategies they’re using as they teach. Essential for solid understanding of conscious use of strategies while teaching. Using Pioneer DVD-recorder for portfolios rather than QT or other computer media; record right off of FireWire equipped camera. Good video quality, copy protection, no web publishing of the clips (privacy issues), works on set-top. Also uses Pioneer DVD player (model number to come later) which allows bar-code access even to programmable, specific parts of “Hollywood” DVD movies.
Don’t limit them too much; tied to closely to ‘standards,’ students will just follow them as a checklist (“punchlist mentality”).Requires them to show and discuss mistakes made in student teaching, and reflect on it in another video in final DVD portfolio.
Look at the PDFs linked on this page – requirements for video, portfolio, and an eval form.
Lots of iMovie use… compressed to QuickTime.
Other links posted during workshop: