Using Video in Teaching and Staff Development - Part 1 - Adult Literacy Professional Development Discussion List

Share: Share on LinkedIn! Print page! More options

Using Video in Teaching and Staff Development
—A two-part discussion hosted on the Professional Development and Technology Lists

Are you seeking new or innovative ways to use video in either teaching or staff development? Are you curious about how others use video for teaching or professional learning in adult education? Join this two part discussion hosted on the Professional Development and Technology and Distance Learning Lists to learn more.

Part I: The Multi-Dimensions of Staff Development—Using Videos for Instructor PD
July 25 – 29, 2011

Subscribe to the Adult Literacy Professional Development Discussion List

Description | Resources | Guest Biographies | Vote for the Video | Summary | Full Transcript



Description


Have you wondered what online options are available to you for staff development that give you an “inside view” of other adult education classrooms? Join us to learn how online video is being used effectively with teachers for staff development, including staff development for ABE, GED, ESOL, and integrating technology into instruction. Discussion List subscribers will also vote on the video category they wish to view, then we will experience using video for professional development. Hear from our guests and share your own experiences.

Guests

  • Branka Marceta, Project Coordinator, Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN)
  • David J. Rosen, President, Newsome Associates
  • Marian Thacher, Director, Outreach and Technical Assistance Network (OTAN)
  • Heide Spruck Wrigley, PhD, President, Literacywork International

Facilitator: Jackie Taylor, Professional Development List Moderator, Literacy Information and Communication System

Resources



Part II: Using Video with Adult Learners




Please note: We do not control and cannot guarantee the relevance, timeliness, or accuracy of the materials provided by other agencies or organizations via links off-site, nor do we endorse other agencies or organizations, their views, products or services.