Sunday, May 29, 2011

Videos that support reflective teaching practice

One of the projects I have going at the moment is an Ako Aotearoa research project called Mind the gap: Developing a digital repository of resources to support reflective teaching and learning.

This project is a collaborative project with the Ako Aotearoa Southern Hub of staff developers. It came about when we discussed how we individually use video resources to support teaching, but do not tell others what we use, or share our resources. The project is an attempt to rectify this.

The aim are to develop an open, collaborative website that identifies and annotates video resources that can be used to support, guide and enhance teaching in adult learning contexts of Aotearoa/New Zealand. The collaborative approach to this project will serve to further develop a community of practice (CPO) amongst its creators - people interested in improving teaching and learning.

Videos that support teaching and learning
So if you have a video that you use to demonstrate good teaching and learning practice, or you think will stimulate discussion, critique and improve teaching practice, please feel free to either add to the website, or send it/or the link to the video to me.

If you are interested in hearing more about this project, please let me know.

Image: 'Reading Aloud to Children'

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