Using 360-degree videos in teacher education to improve preservice teachers' professional interpersonal vision

Hanneke Theelen (Corresponding author), Antoine van den Beemt, Perry den Brok

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    Abstract

    Noticing and interpreting classroom events (professional vision) is an important element of preservice teachers' (PSTs) interpersonal competence. This paper presents a mixed-method study about a classroom simulation using 360-degree videos combined with theoretical lectures in teacher education, intended to improve PSTs' interpretations of noticed events. Furthermore, this study examined how PSTs evaluate technological and educational affordances of 360-degree videos. Results indicate that participating PSTs improved in noticing classroom events and in applying a more theory-based terminology to describe these events. PSTs perceived observing other teachers teach as an educational affordance for mastering theory and for developing insights about interpersonal teacher behaviour. Concerning technological affordances, mainly physical discomforts and technical hindrances, was reported by PSTs. The results of this study imply that 360-degree videos can be useful for teacher education to improve PSTs' interpretation of noticed events.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)582-594
    Number of pages13
    JournalJournal of Computer Assisted Learning
    Volume35
    Issue number5
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 21 Apr 2019

    Keywords

    • 360-degree videos
    • affordances
    • computer-based classroom simulation
    • tags
    • teacher education

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