Please scroll down and explore the various publications listed below.
- 'The Implementation of VEO in an English Language Education Context: A Focus on Teacher Questioning Practices' (Merve Bozbiyik)
- Dynamics of Videoconferencing-mediated co-teaching in the English Language Classroom (Maricarmen Balbina Gamero Mujica)
- Uses of Electronic Portfolios to Foster Reflective and other Self-development skills in Pre-service Teacher Education (Nusrat Gulzar)
- Video Recording as a Tool for Reflection and Improving Teaching Practice for Pre-Service English Language Teachers (Phan Thi Bao Tran)
- Investigating the Roles of Video in Teacher Development (Cecilia Rodrigues Griffiths)
- Video as a Learning Resource for Language Teaching (VIDEOforALL)
- Best Practices for Language Education Videos (VIDEOforALL)
- Best Foot Forward: A Toolkit for Fast-Forwarding Classroom Observations Using Video (Kane et al 2015 - Best Foot Forward project)
- Video-enhanced lesson observation as a source of multiple modes of data for school leadership: a videographic approach (Elizabeth Hidson)
- An introduction to using video for research (Carey Jewitt)
- Video and Identity (Dr. Luis S. Villacañas de Castro)
- Webinars: Short Summary (Tilly Harrison)
- Mentoring with video (Clifford Mashiri)
- Types of classroom practices represented on video resources (Julia Huettner)
- ViLTE Interview Structure (ViLTE project team)
- CLIL and Video (Letizia Cinganotto)
- Ethics around use of video (ViLTE project team)
- Using Digital Portfolios: Reflection, Assessment & Employment (Richard E. Cleveland)
- Sources of copyright free images (Jo Gakonga)
Please scroll down and explore the various video related resources below.
- Teaching speaking (A nine-part series of videos and interactive exercises to help teachers develop their students' speaking skills. (British Council resource)
- Teaching reading and writing (A nine-part series of videos and tasks to help teachers explore different ways of developing reading and writing skills with their students) (British Council resource).
- Video tips (A series of short videos exploring different areas of teaching. Watch interviews with teachers and classroom interaction). (British Council resource).
- Books with video (resource list)
- Lecture capture (Tilly Harrison)
- Video use in CELTA (Jo Gakonga)
- First Steps to Teaching (Bacova et al)