Share Paper: Exploration of the process and value of remote supervision

  1. Gordon Mendenhall, University of Indianapolis, United States
  2. Angelia Ridgway, University of Indianapolis, United States
  3. Razin Bouzar, University of Indianapolis, United States
Thursday, March 10 5:55 PM-6:15 PM Edgewood

Abstract: Abstract: This report will follow the project proposal with respect to project activities, observations and data gathered and conclusions/recommendations generated. The study involved three local and two international teacher candidates from the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) program. Initial studies involved “flip” cameras and “Bug in the ear” (BIE) equipment. Internationally, the supervision from a remote site included the use of Ervix and Skype systems. The author was able to implement these activities in face-to-face meetings with the cooperating teachers and colleagues in international sites (Vienna and Amsterdam). Feedback from student teachers, cooperating teachers, university supervisors and an IT ...