How Video Conquers the 5 CAEP Standards

Many teacher education programs are searching for the secret ingredient that will help them meet CAEP standards. But some educators believe they’ve already found the answer: video.

Could recording teachers in the classroom be the secret to achieving CAEP standards?
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Video has become a highly effective solution to make feedback and observations easier. How? By recording preservice teachers in the classroom and critiquing their performance. In fact several successful teaching programs around the U.S. have already added video to their programs and love the results. There’s still a lot of research to be done on the benefits of video, but the findings so far have been impressive.

One study found that viewing yourself teaching on video leads to significant increases in preservice teachers’ observation skills. Another experiment with 140 teachers found that analysis of three lessons on video significantly improves teachers’ ability to analyze and improve their instruction.

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