VITAL Video Interactions in teaching and Learning

VITAL Symposium at AERA 2008

Members of our VITAL research group gave a symposium at the AERA 2008 Annual Meeting. Entitled "Video as a Manipulative: An Innovative System to Transform University Courses in Psychology and Education" and sponsored by the SIG Technology as an Agent of Change in Teaching and Learning (TACTL), the symposium included four papers:
  1.   The use of video in teaching psychology and education: Theory and a case study (Herb Ginsburg, Ann Cami, Eram Schlegel - Teachers College) PDF, 202 KB

  2.   Adapting pedagogy to a Web-based video analysis system (Joon Lee - Hunter College/CUNY) PDF, 257 KB

  3.   The development of critical thinking skills using a Web-based video analysis system (Michael Preston - CCNMTL) PDF, 305 KB

  4.   Evaluating students' cognitive outcomes in a Web-based video analysis system (Cornelia Brunner - EDC) PDF, 170 KB

  5. The discussant was Daniel Schwartz, Stanford University School of Education.