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Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice, v12 n3 Article 9 2015

This paper presents the results of a study that examined the integration of video lectures into a pre-service teacher unit of study. The aim of the research was to ascertain how students used the pre-recorded videos to complement their learning. The focus was on the pedagogy, and explored three factors: convenience, self-regulation of learning and design to aid learning. A mixed method approach to the data collection was used. Data sources included reflective journals, surveys and semi-structured interviews. An analysis of the data indicates that the pre-service teachers viewed the use of pre-recorded lectures positively and that they were a useful resource for self-study. The use of a webcam was also viewed positively as a design feature of the lectures. Overall, the responses to the innovation were positive.

Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education, Case Studies, Preservice Teachers, Lecture Method, Video Technology, Online Courses, Electronic Learning, Mixed Methods Research, Student Journals, Reflection, Student Surveys, Semi Structured Interviews, Student Attitudes, Positive Attitudes, Measures (Individuals), Self Control

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Author: Quinn, Marie; Kennedy-Clark, Shannon

Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=73&id=EJ1085097







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