Make it Visible: Video Record Teaching and Learning
Life for students and teachers has proven to be quite unpredictable, whether an unexpected absence, extended illness, outbreaks of communicable diseases, or even inclement weather (Johnson, 2021). Continuing instruction despite these issues is consequential for student learning. Even with planned absences (students or teachers), intentional continuation of the learning trajectory can help students from falling behind. Additionally, teachers need tools to help them reflect and grow in their instructional practices. Video recording offers realistic views of teacher practices because it captures the truth of classroom instruction. While teachers may find video instruction daunting at the onset, it offers them a way to look at what is actually happening in the classroom and then make adjustments. For this reason, the use of video recording has a myriad of benefits to both the student and the teacher.
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