What I know is that the directions asked for a 20 min video . I will not take any risk. I know that is hard try to repeat again the video recording but I willMessage 1 of 4 , Feb 19, 2007View SourceWhat I know is that the directions asked for a 20 min video . I will not take any risk. I know that is hard try to repeat again the video recording but I will do it again. You must do it fast because there is not too much time. Due date March 31. I am a first time candidate science EA.
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From: Ashley <ajdivateach@...>
Sent: Sunday, February 18, 2007 11:56:40 PM
Subject: Re: [NBPTS-AdolAdult-Sci] Re: Entry 3- video length question
I've always been told that assessors read your entry first and then watch the video to just verify what you wrote about, that they aren't assess the actual video footage. Is that incorrect?Ashley
On 2/18/07, edhu44 <edhu44@yahoo. com> wrote:
--- In NBPTS-AdolAdult- Sci@yahoogroups. com, "jdstanley_2000"
> We had done what I call "The Can Lab", where the students heat a
> can, then submerge the top in cool water. The can then collapses.
> video I shot was the discussion afterwards, where I lead them through
> the process of determining why it collapsed. I think they did a good
> job, but I'm worried about the length of the video. It only lasts for
> 11 minutes, and the maximum length for that video is 20 minutes.
> opinions? Should I shoot something else, or write about this one and
> hope for the best?
11 minutes is too short for the assesor to get a good idea of how you
facilitate a class discussion. Be sure you video tape 20 min next time
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