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Attend CCNMTL Symposium at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting

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March 13, 2008. On Wednesday, March 26, CCNMTL will host a symposium entitled "Video as a Manipulative: An Innovative System to Transform University Courses in Psychology and Education" at the AERA annual meeting in New York City. The event’s topic is centered on a web-based video analysis system developed by CCNMTL called Video Interactions in Teaching and Learning (VITAL). During the symposium, four papers will be presented on the use of VITAL:

  • The use of video in teaching psychology and education: Theory and a case study (Herb Ginsburg, Ann Cami, Eram Schlegel - Teachers College)
  • Adapting pedagogy to a web-based video analysis system (Joon Lee, Priscilla Hambrick-Dixon - Hunter College)
  • The development of critical thinking skills using a web-based video analysis system (Michael Preston - CCNMTL)
  • Evaluating students' cognitive outcomes in a web-based video analysis system (Cornelia Brunner - EDC)

To attend this event or to learn more about it, please visit http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/vital/nsf/vital_symposium_at_aera_2008.html. To learn more about the VITAL project, please visit http://ccnmtl.columbia.edu/vital/nsf/. For questions, please email us at ccnmtl@columbia.edu.