Share Paper: Video meta reflection in teacher education: Instructional methods and programmatic solutions in field placements

  1. Matthew Stuve, Ball State University, United States
  2. Laura Suero, Ball State University, United States
  3. Margot Williams, Ball State University, United States
Tuesday, March 8 5:15 PM-6:15 PM McGavock's B

Abstract: As a vehicle for reflection, digital video can be easily taught to teacher education students and incorporated into digital portfolios. This process has been integrated in a teacher education program in which candidates produce videos of teaching and engage their cooperating teachers and/or supervising instructors in a reflective, video-enhanced dialog we refer to as Video Meta Reflection (VMR). VMR emphasizes multiple “lenses” for reflection that include camera placement, editing, and placement within non-video reflective text. We will present a two-phase instructional model for teaching video that moves candidates from simple, fixed camera, unedited video to more sophisticated production techniques using ...