This book focuses on the use of teaching video for teachers' professional development and growth. The objectives of the book are to discuss the benefits of video analysis of authentic teaching to improve teacher instruction in various contexts, such as advanced teacher education programs, in-service teacher professional development activities, teacher evaluation, and so on. This book reviews a theoretical framework and instructional strategies for video analysis among professional learning communities and provides research-based strategies to support video analysis of authentic teaching for teachers' professional development activities.
This book will benefit teacher educators who teach in-service teachers, school administrators who evaluate in-service teachers, and classroom teachers or supervisors who would like to reflect on their instructional practice and improve the learning of their students. It will serve as a resource for teacher educators and teachers of all subjects.
Carrie Eunyoung Hong
, Irene Van Riper
Rowman & Littlefield
Country of Publication:
20 March 2019
Professional and scholarly
Preface Acknowledgements Introduction Chapter One: Video Analysis in Teacher Education and Professional Development. Carrie E. Hong and Irene Van Riper Defining Video Analysis Video Analysis in Practice Teachers' Thinking During Video Analysis Observation of Lessons Identification of Relevant Events Interpretation pf Classroom Interactions Implementation of Video Analysis Types of Classroom Videos Effects of Different Types of Videos Analytic Activities Evaluation of Video Analysis Recommendation for Video-based Professional Development Key Contents of Chapter One Chapter Two: Strategies for Administrators and Teachers. Irene Van Riper, Carrie E. Hong, Joan Roman Looking at Video Recording Through Different Lenses Administrator Viewpoint Teacher Viewpoint Video-based Professional Development Video Clubs Other Types of Video-based Professional Learning Video Analysis for Professional Learning Observation of Authentic Classroom Events Reflective Practices Instructional Strategies Use of Video to Improve Teaching for All Teachers Recommendations for School Community ` Key Content of Chapter Two References Chapter Three: Video-Based Reflection of Teaching. Michelle Gonzalez, Carrie E. Hong Defining Reflection Types of Reflection Van Manen's Stages of Reflection Using Video to Reflect Benefits of Video Video Analysis Video-Based Reflection of Teacher Instruction Shift of Focus to Student Performance Student-Centr3d Reflection Benefits of Video-Based Reflection Barriers to Reflection Key Content of Chapter Three References Chapter Four: Deepening Teacher Learning with Video Clubs. Carrie E. Hong, and Irene Van Riper Professional Abilities of Video Analysis The Study Practice in Video Analysis Leading a Video Club Teachers' Varied Abilities in Video Analysis Video Analysis Experience Teacher Buy-ins Positive Learning Experience Benefits and Challenges of Video Clubs Key Contents of Chapter Four References Appendix A Chapter Five: Online Video Sharing for Teacher Assessment. Alex Chambers Streaming Video Research on Streaming Video and Teacher Assessment Streaming Video: Convenience and Quality Streaming Video: Authentic Assessment Technical Requirements Hardware options Internal Storage Stabilization of the Device Camera Sel3ction Audio Quality Software Options Video Editing Software Converting File Types Screen Capture Software Streaming Video on Video Sharing Websites Training Accounts Feedback Options Providing Feedback Daily Instruction Monitoring Fidelity Conclusion Key Contents of Chapter Five References About the Editors About the Contributors Index
Carrie Eunyoung Hong, PhD, is a professor of literacy at William Paterson University in New Jersey. She has extensive experience directing federal and state grant programs that provide teacher professional development. Irene Van Riper, EdD, is an assistant professor at West Liberty University in West Virginia. She has in-depth experience in teacher preparation for reading specialists and teachers of individuals with disabilities.
Reviews for Video Analysis of Authentic Teaching: A Resource Guide for Professional Development and Growth
Video Analysis of Authentic Teaching fills in an important gap in today's focus on the assessment of teacher performance. Video recordings provide a vehicle for thoughtful and detailed self-reflection, ultimately resulting in strengthening of one's teaching craft. Hong and Van Riper, along with other expert contributors, have provided a text that is useful to multiple constituents including teacher candidates, novice and experienced in-service teachers, and school administrators. From research and best practices to technical requirements and sharing strategies, readers will find much of value in this useful resource guide. -- Amy Ginsberg, Dean, College of Education, William Paterson University For those of you who have been looking for a text to guide you through the process of using video analysis in your professional learning communities (PLCs) or with your teacher candidates, look no further. Hong and Van Riper's new book is chock-full of rich recommendations and field-tested strategies that will inspire you to set up your cameras, start filming, and grow together as a community of reflective practitioners! -- Betsy Golden, Professor in Residence at Number 12 Elementary School in Paterson, NJ This timely text examines the efficacy of video analysis of authentic teaching. It will serve as an essential resource for understanding the application of video technology for reflection, assessment, and evaluation of instruction. This book offers both technical and practical strategies to analyze and reflect upon classroom instruction, and a must for anyone concerned with improving pedagogy, teacher education, and practice. -- Geraldine Mongillo, Chair, Department of Educational Leadership & Professional Studies, William Paterson University