Abstract

As video has become more accessible, there has been an increase in the use of video for teacher reflection. Although past studies have investigated the use of video for teacher reflection, there is not a review of practices and processes for effective use of video analysis. The first article in this dissertation reviews 52 studies where teachers used video to reflect on their teaching. Most studies included in the review reported that video was a beneficial feedback method for teachers. However, few studies discussed how video encourages teachers to change their practices. The second article in this dissertations investigates the how video influences the teacher change process. The study found that teachers did change their practices as a result of using video analysis. Teachers reported that video analysis encouraged them to change because they were able to: (a) focus their analysis, (b) see their teaching from a new perspective, (c) feel accountable to change their practice, (d) remember to implement changes, and (e) see their progress.

Degree

PhD

College and Department

David O. McKay School of Education; Instructional Psychology and Technology

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Date Submitted

2010-07-12

Document Type

Dissertation

Handle

http://hdl.lib.byu.edu/1877/etd3790

Keywords

video, video analysis tools, teacher reflection

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