I scored a 3.2? in this area. I filmed on three days (the last only 2 days before I delivered my last child--needless to say that film is securely filed!!!)Aug 21, 2000 1 of 7View SourceI scored a 3.2? in this area. I filmed on three days (the last only 2 days
before I delivered my last child--needless to say that film is securely
filed!!!) I filmed the prelab for four minutes, the lab proper for eight
minutes and the post lab for seven minutes. (It is ok to go a little under,
but they will not view anything past 20 min). Be sure to show how the
students moved from the initial phase to the understanding of the lab
content in the post lab.
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From: Tommy/Christine Lowman <lowman@...>
Sent: Sunday, August 20, 2000 1:56 PM
Subject: Re: [NBPTS-AdolAdult-Sci] Video-ing questions
> Yes, that was VERY helpful. It also reminded me of my other question:
> Does the video have to be a straight 20 minutes (or whatever), or can it
> 5 of the prelab, then skip over some and have 5 of the lab, then skip some
> of that, then 10 of the post lab (just for an example)?
> At 02:41 PM 8/20/2000 -0400, you wrote:
> >If I'm not mistaken, the video for Inquiry Lab has to show the lab
> >It has to have 3 clips---prelab, lab, and post lab. It doesn't matter how
> >long each clip is..but there is obviously a time limit for the entire
> >So you might can just use a little of the lab portion of the video and
> >of the other stuff. I did it on 3 different days. Day one was when we
> >developed a hypothesis and our procedure to test our hypothesis (I did
> >osmosis), day two was in the lab, and day 3 was a class discussion of our
> >data. You don't have to do a transcript..but you do have to refer to
> >specific interactions on the video. There are specific questions you
> >address...they'll be in the portfolio. Also you have to do a little map
> >show who was where during the video. I don't think it matters if someone
> >heard but not seen. That's great that you've already videoed a lab---I
> >basket case when I did my videoing!! Hope this is helpful. Donna
What grades are you teaching??? Video must show the kids and you. ... ________________________________________________________________________ Get YourAug 21, 2000 1 of 7View SourceWhat grades are you teaching??? Video must show the kids and you.
>From: Tommy/Christine Lowman <lowman@...>________________________________________________________________________
>Subject: [NBPTS-AdolAdult-Sci] Video-ing questions
>Date: Sun, 20 Aug 2000 14:22:57 -0400
>I videoed my class for the first time last week and watched it this
>weekend. The students without permission forms were seated behind the
>camera where they were unseen, but they could be heard from time to time.
>Is that acceptable?
>I have not gotten the box yet, but had heard that a transcript is to
>accompany the video. Is that true? I tried it and that was hard work!
>We are supposed to video an inquiry through investigation. I did a lab and
>the brief discussion afterwards. The lab portion seemed to be nothing that
>anyone else would want to watch. Should I video the lab portion anyway, or
>just the discussions before and after? Or are they even looking for a lab
>I learned a lot about my class and my teaching just by watching the video!!
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EA Science requires a 20 minute unedited video- apparently even a quick flick of the pause button will disqualify the video. I found twenty minutes to be aAug 21, 2000 1 of 7View SourceEA Science requires a 20 minute unedited video- apparently even a quick
flick of the pause button will disqualify the video. I found twenty
minutes to be a long time so I chose a video that showed a transition from
lab work to class discussion of data. AYA Science does the three segments
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