A web enabled video system for self reflection by student teachers using a guiding framework

  • Kong S
  • Shroff R
  • Hung H
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Abstract

With the goal of promoting studentteachers to reflect on their teaching performance, a web-enabled video system was developed to permit them to record their classroom performance and then retrieve online videos of their teaching for self-reflection. This study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of online videos in facilitating self-reflection amongst studentteachers. Eight studentteachers from four disciplines were invited to use the video system to reflect on their teaching in two lessons. A content analysis was conducted to compare the reflective notes made by the studentteachers before and after browsing the videos of their teaching. The results indicated that video browsing prompted studentteachers to generate an additional 50 per cent of reflective notes and stimulated them to significantly increase the depth of their reflective thoughts in the areas of discipline and classroom management, and professional knowledge on teaching. Building on the gains achieved in this way, studentteachers can subsequently engage in in-depth professional dialogue with their teacher supervisors.

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  • PUI: 358599079
  • SGR: 77950652471
  • SCOPUS: 2-s2.0-77950652471
  • ISSN: 14495554
  • ISBN: 1449-3098

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  • Siu Cheung kongThe Education University of Hong Kong, Department of Mathematics and Information Technology

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  • Ronnie H. Shroff

  • Hing Keung Hung

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