Video-stimulated recall: aiding teacher practice
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Citation (published version)Robert Martinelle. 2018. "Video-stimulated recall: Aiding teacher practice." Educational Leadership, Volume 76, Issue 3, pp. 55 - 55.
Video-stimulated recall involves videotaping a teacher teaching a lesson, then interviewing that teacher as she/he watches the videotape. As a teacher views the video (usually with a researcher or colleague), she stops the video in given moments to explain her thinking or how she made a decision in that moment. VSR helps teachers reflect on their practice. Martinelle describes how he used VSR to interview four effective high school history teachers, giving them insights into their own practice.