Resources: Videoconferencing

3 resources found for "Videoconferencing"
A beginner's guide to using video in a research context
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 14, summer 2009 by Fiona Hyland and Anne Anderson of ESCalate. The article looks at how video can provide numerous opportunities for enriching data collection, analyses and dissemination of outputs. It looks at possible uses for video in research, looks at some of practical considerations (including hardware / software issues), includes examples of ways to publish video findings and...
Interactive use of video conferencing in Initial Teacher Training
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 18, autumn 2010. Jan Machalaski of Bishop Grosseteste University College received a small award from ESCalate to share her idea about using video to help train teachers. This article tells her story
Interactive use of video conferencing in ITT
This is an ESCalate Sharing Ideas project grant awarded to Jan Machalski of Bishop Grosseteste University College Lincoln looking at the use of video conferencing in Initial Teacher Training (ITT). With a mentor we planned a delivery of planning and AfL in the first two weeks of PGCE/ GTP training. The idea was to contextualise the theory so it no longer seemed dry but relevant and to integrate school experience further into the initial 5-6 weeks...