This edited volume provides a collection of research-based chapters that reflect the state of the art for video reflection in literacy settings. The volume foregrounds explorations of disciplinary literacies and discourses in teacher education and pre-K-12 classrooms. Authors explore literacy and use of video in relation to English Language Arts, math, science, social studies, and educational administration across a variety of contexts ranging from a preschool classroom, to a high school, to preservice and inservice teacher education and development. In their research-based studies, authors address topics of disciplinary literacy, identity, discourses or multimodality. Some chapters present research findings while others are specifically devoted to methodological concerns and addresses how researchers who wish to carry out literacy investigations using video can work through challenges in research, design, or analysis.Since our project spanned six geographically distant states, and teachers were frequently videotaping instruction ... or when the teacher is driving instruction, a simple recording device like an iPad, iPhone, or flip camera is often sufficient.
|Title||:||Video Research in Disciplinary Literacies|
|Author||:||Lynn Shanahan, Evan Ortlieb, Mary McVee|
|Publisher||:||Emerald Group Publishing - 2015-09-03|