Evaluating Video Models of Evidence-Based Instructional Practices to Enhance Teacher Learning

@article{Dieker2009EvaluatingVM,
  title={Evaluating Video Models of Evidence-Based Instructional Practices to Enhance Teacher Learning},
  author={Lisa A. Dieker and Holly B. Lane and David H. Allsopp and Chris O'Brien and Tyran Wright Butler and Maggie Kyger and Lou Ann Lovin and Nicole S. Fenty},
  journal={Teacher Education and Special Education},
  year={2009},
  volume={32},
  pages={180 - 196}
}
A process was developed to create Web-based video models of effective instructional practices for use in teacher education settings. Three video models, created at three university sites, demonstrated exemplary implementation of specific, evidence-based strategies in reading, math, and science. Video models of strategies were field tested with preservice and practicing teachers working with diverse student populations. The authors provide an explanation of the video development process and… 

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