How Can the Use of Digital Video and Photos Improve Student Reflections on Initial Teaching Experiences

ID: 4747 Type: Brief Paper
  1. David Jackson, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota, United States

Tuesday, March 25 2:15-2:35 PM Location: Acoma

Presider: Martine Audeoud, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, United States

Abstract: This paper reports on my initial findings of implementing a new approach to student reflections by having those reflections centered on specific events captured in digital video and photos. The study involved using a Sony CD digital camera, which allowed students quick and easy access to write reflections around specific events that took place in their classroom experience. Students reported a high degree of satisfaction with this approach to preparing reflective writings. Initial review of student reflections revealed a deeper, more clearly focused approach to analyzing their teaching experiences.

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