Orbis scholae

2015, Volume 9, Number 2

Striving for Change: Video-Based Teacher Education Programmes and Related Research

Guest Editors: Tomáš Janík, Eva Minaříková, Alexander Gröschner

 

Editorial
Editorial
Tomáš Janík, Eva Minaříková, Alexander Gröschner
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empirical PAPERS
Teaching Science Effectively: A Case Study on Student Verbal Engagement in Classroom Dialogue
Ann-Kathrin Schindler, Alexander Gröschner, Tina Seidel
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Practice What You Teach: A Video-Based Practicum Model of Professional Development for Elementary Science Teachers
Eric Berson, Hilda Borko, Susan Million, Edit Khachatryan, Kerri Glennon
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Video Clubs: EFL Teachers’ Selective Attention Before and After
Eva Minaříková, Michaela Píšová, Tomáš Janík, Klára Uličná
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Ability to Notice Mathematics Specific Phenomena: What Exactly Do Student Teachers Attend to?
Naďa Vondrová, Jana Žalská
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Changes in Pre-Service Teachers’ Beliefs About Mathematics Teaching and Learning During Teacher Preparation and Effects of Video-Enhanced Analysis of Practice
Sonja Mohr, Rossella Santagata
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Case-Based Learning in Initial Teacher Education: Assessing the Benefits and Challenges of Working with Student Videos and Other Teachers’ Videos
Kathrin Krammer, Isabelle Hugener, Manuela Frommelt, Gabriela Fürrer Auf der Maur, Sandro Biaggi
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discussion paper
Video-Based Reflection on Teaching: What Makes It Effective?
Niels Brouwer
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reports
A Truly Constructivist Conference on Constructivism
Stanislav Štěpáník
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School Tracking: Diverse Mechanisms, Effects and Policy Responses
Vít Šťastný, Monika Boušková
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