This practical guide will help preand inservice secondary teachers and their instructors and coaches to use videos as a resource to improve teaching. Derived from the authors' research and experience in a teacher preparation program using video records of practice as a core element for reflection and growth, the book focuses on five disciplinary literacy strategies to help teachers identify and develop high-leverage teaching practices across a range of subject areas. The text includes sample lessons, protocols for leading discussions based on videos, and methods for making informed decisions about how to select video-related work. Throughout, the authors provide records of student clinical teaching practice, sample assignment guidelines, and transcripts from video discussion groups. Teacher educators can use this comprehensive resource to develop or revise a curriculum to make it more practice-oriented. Book Features: Comprehensive, hands-on information for using video records of practice to improve teacher preparation. Procedures and protocols for analyzing the quality of critical core practices captured on video. Strategies designed to promote higherorder thinking related to the teaching of key disciplinary content. A theoretical foundation that supports the need for teacher education curriculum reform.
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Charles W. Peters is professor of educational practice and coordinator of the Arts with Certification (MAC) Program at the School of Education, University of Michigan, USA. Deanna Birdyshaw is professor in the Department of Educational Studies at the School of Education, University of Michigan, USA. Amy Bacevich is clinical faculty lecturer at Northern Kentucky University, USA.
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