Most importantly, you and the students have to be heard clearly. The
assessors have individual TV/VCR combos and headsets. I suggest you
have someone view the tape, just for the purpose of listening for
responses. Madge NBCT 2003--- In EASCI@yahoogroups.com
, Stacy Cordes
> I think you just have to be seen through out the video. Mine was
stationary also. I just ventured in and out of view.
> Jennifer Lynch <sonicasonica@y...> wrote:
> On my tape I have the camera in a fixed position the entire time
> looking at almost all the student's faces. I'm seen and heard in
> the tape asking question of students as I move around the room.
> Most of the time, the camera only sees and hears the students
> working on the problem, discussing the problem interacting with me
> during large group discussion. Does the camera have to be on me
> when I'm asking questions/teaching the students? You can hear what
> is being discussed well. Thank you for your help.
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