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The Effect over Time of a Video-Based Reflection System on Preservice Teachers' Oral Presentations
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Australian Journal of Teacher Education Volume 39, Number 6, ISSN 0313-5373

Abstract

We report the development of preservice teachers' oral presentation performance based on a technology-mediated video reflection system. Participants video-recorded oral presentations and uploaded them to an online blog to view and reflect on their performance and that of their peers. Four presentations by forty-one participants were analysed using a range of criteria based on what we call the Modes of Communication (voice, body-language, words and alignment between them) and the Constructed Impression of the communication acts (confidence, clarity, engagement and appropriateness). Results indicate a significant improvement across all criteria with a decreased rate of improvement for later iterations.

Citation

Cavanagh, M., Bower, M., Moloney, R. & Sweller, N. (2014). The Effect over Time of a Video-Based Reflection System on Preservice Teachers' Oral Presentations. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 39(6),. Retrieved August 18, 2019 from .

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