Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

Watch and learn: A documentary exploring the effects of video-based pedagogy
by Noel, Christopher M., M.S., Illinois State University, 2015, 44; 1589832
Abstract (Summary)

This 20 minute film explores the use of hybrid lesson plans, those consisting of traditional in-class teaching and interactive video outside of the classroom. Using six voluntary Graduate Teaching Assistants as participants, the documentary follows the participants as they give their ideologies on teaching, perform either a traditional lesson plan or the hybrid lesson plan, and participate in a focus group to give their opinion on the perceived benefits or drawbacks of having hybrid lesson plans in the classroom.

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Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Moore, Maria A.
Commitee: Baldwin, John R., Simonds, Brent K.
School: Illinois State University
Department: School of Communication
School Location: United States -- Illinois
Source: MAI 54/05M(E), Masters Abstracts International
Source Type: DISSERTATION
Subjects: Pedagogy, Communication, Educational technology
Keywords: Bystander effect, Documentary, Video
Publication Number: 1589832
ISBN: 9781321782462
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