3 Ways To Sharpen Teaching Methods Using Video

In a teaching methods course, you cover a lot of material. With so much to go over, it can be difficult to squeeze in enough time for your student teachers to effectively practice implementing the methods they’re learning. 

If you want to carve out more practice and feedback into your methods course, use video.

Here are three ways to use video in your methods courses to better prepare teacher candidates.

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1. Watch and Review Examples

After learning a new theoretical method, it’s critical to see how it looks in practice. Yes, instructors can perform examples, but using video creates opportunities for diversity.

You can provide good, bad, or even well-intentioned but poorly executed video examples. (Let’s face it, sometimes, despite our best efforts, recording ourselves is hard.) And with each new example, students can learn how to adopt theoretical methods in different environments and scenarios. 

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