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ArtikelGuerrilla video a new protocol for producing classroom video  
Oleh: Rich, Peter J. ; Fadde, Peter
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Educational Technology: The Magazine for Managers of Change in Education vol. 50 no. 01 (Jan. 2010), page 4-8.
Topik: Classroom Video; Preservice Teachers; Public School Teachers; Evaluation Methods; Case Method (Teaching Technique); Video Technology; Educational Technology; Computer Software; Multimedia Materials; Instructional Effectiveness; Protocol Materials; Guidelines; Production Techniques; Computer Uses in Education; Technology Integration; Preservice Teacher Education; Inservice Teacher Education
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Isi artikelContemporary changes in pedagogy point to the need for a level of video production value in most classroom video , replacing the default video protocol of an unattended camera in the back of the classroom . The rich and complex environment of today's classroom can be captured more fully using the higher level, but still easily manageable, "guerrilla video" protocal of an actively operated video camera and a wireless microphone on the teacher. With the increasingly sophisticated use of video analysis tools in teacher education and the increasingly high stakes of video-based teacher assessment, both preservice and inservice teachers benefit from a higher-level classroom video protocol.
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