6 Video Assessments in Teacher Ed Courses for a Post-COVID Campus

Dr Debra Lively,
Director for the Office of Clinical Experiences,
Saginaw Valley State University

While a lot of teacher prep programs started using video more during the coronavirus pandemic, I’ve used video assessment to prepare teacher candidates for decades.  

In fact, video assessment is an integral part of our teacher prep program at Saginaw Valley State University. We use it with our undergraduate and graduate students at every stage of their education for assignments and assessments that complement their work on campus. 

So while some teacher prep programs may be tempted to reduce video usage after the pandemic, we’re going to use it more than ever.

That’s because we believe video assessments allow teacher candidates to reflect upon their teaching and helps them develop a stronger connection with the content and evidence-based practices to enhance their teaching.

Here are six ways to use video assessment in your teacher prep program after the pandemic.

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