Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Video for Observation

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Do-it-Yourself (DIY) Video for Observation

If you are teaching this semester, don't panic about recording video. Let us help you prepare for this important step.

By Frankfort Center for Learning and Scholarly Technologies

When and where

Date and time

March 3 · 1pm - March 24 · 2pm PST



About this event

If you are student teaching, in practicum or in fieldwork, do you know you may need to record and submit videos of yourself in class? Do you understand all of the steps required to make that happen? The Frankfort Center will walk you through each step of the process, including collecting consent forms (and why this is important), various methods, tools and best practices to record yourself, and submitting your video.

By the end of this workshop students will be able to:

  • Collect and retain appropriate consent forms on paper or electronically
  • Capture video of yourself teaching either live or online
  • Upload videos to your Google Drive account
  • Submit the recording to your field supervisor and faculty
  • Prepare the recordings for edTPA/HTPA submission (if applicable)

About the organizer

The Frankfort Center for Learning Technologies, a pioneer in the video analysis of teaching and counseling, has supported video and educational technologies for the School of Education since 2007.