Field-based experiences are vital components of many undergraduate programs. However, assessing student performance in these settings can be challenging. Video-based observation is an approach to providing performance feedback that addresses these challenges and may also provide benefits not inherent in live observations. Using examples from our teacher preparation programs, we (a) explain the benefits and challenges of using video recordings in field-based experiences; (b) identify the video recording platform we use; (c) describe specific examples in our program, including supervisor performance feedback to preservice teachers, peer feedback/coaching, and instructor feedback on in-home family coaching; and (d) address the logistics of using video recording, including training and getting permissions.
Hager, Karen D.; Fiechtl, Barbara J.; and Gunn, Summer
"Assessing Student Performance Using Video Recordings in Field-Based Experiences,"
Journal on Empowering Teaching Excellence: Vol. 4
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/jete/vol4/iss2/4