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Videos 1 - General

THESE PAGES DO NOT CONTAIN ACTIVITIES - THERE ARE MANY ACTIVITIES FROM OTHER PAGES WHICH CAN BE USED WITH THE VIDEOS AS PART OF INITIAL TRAINING OR CPD
ANY OF THESE VIDEOS COULD BE USED FOR DEVELOPING REFLECTIVE PRACTICE BY ASKING THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS - NOT ALL QUESTIONS WILL BE RELEVANT FOR ALL VIDEOS:

Aspects of practical teaching

  • What are the most effective aspects of teaching which emerge for you when you view the video?
  • What are the least effective aspects of teaching which emerge for you on watching?
  • What are the factors contributing to the success / problems?
  • How could you make use some of the success factors in your teaching?

Theory as in the videos

  • What theory of teaching or learning would be relevant to the video?
  • How much does this theory appear relevant to your teaching?

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Videos from National Star College

These videos are a specially commissioned part of this project, and have been produced by National Star College. They can be used as a freestanding resource, or in conjunction with other resources and activities on this website.
TO PLAY ANY VIDEO, CLICK ON THE 'PLAY' BUTTON ON SCREEN.
TO PLAY FULL SCREEN, CLICK ON THE IMAGE FOR THE VIDEO AND YOU CAN THEN PLAY FULL SCREEN AT YOU TUBE.

Learning from a teaching observation
A teacher in a residential specialist college who is teaching students with disabilities reflects on her
teaching. A tutor who has been observing her
supports her reflection.

Reflecting on a tutorial
Police trainees are shown in a training session
which includes an assessed practical activity.
One trainee discusses the nature of a tutorial,
and how it supports reflective practice.

Reflective Practice - keeping a reflective journal
A teacher working in a a specilist college for
learners with learning and behavioural difficulties
reflects on her practice. The tutor discusses self
reflection and a reflective journal with the teacher.

Reflective Practice - feedback from peers and learners
Teachers from a community learning context reflect on their teaching practice using peer and learner feedback. Peer to peer discussions illustrate the benefits of reflecting on your teaching with another teacher.

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