VITAL Video Interactions in teaching and Learning

VITAL Symposium at SRCD Biennial Meeting

Partners in our VITAL project presented their research on student learning at the 2009 biennial meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD), in Denver, CO, April 2-4. The title of the paper symposium was "A Video-Based Pedagogy for Improving College Students' Understanding of Development and Education," and the session was chaired by Prof. Herbert P. Ginsburg of Teachers College, Columbia University and Carol Copple of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). There were three papers presented:

  1. Observation as Contexts for Student Interpretation and Critical Thinking (Prof. Lori Custodero and Prof. Ann Cami, Teachers College, Columbia University)
  2. Teaching Educational Psychology With Video Case Studies: Going Beyond Psychological Theories in Context-Specific Case Analyses (Prof. Noriyuki Inoue, University of San Diego) PDF, 176 KB
  3. Video-Based Exercises for Developing Early Childhood Educators' Use of Evidence and Interpretation (Michael Preston, Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning) PDF, 1 MB