Accomplished Teaching: Using Video Recorded Micro-teaching Discourse to Build Candidate Teaching Competencies

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Objectives of this articles are to present the findings of video recorded communication between teacher candidates and peers during simulated micro-teaching. The micro-teaching activity in its entirety combines conventional face-to-face interaction, video micro-teaching, peer and instructor feedback, alongside self-reflection to undergird the complex process of planning and teaching. This research aims to gauge 1) whether the micro-teaching assignment is a candidate-centered activity that promotes accomplished teaching skills through higher-order thinking; and 2) how candidates demonstrate the synergistic professional practice of teaching.


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Journal of Interactive Learning Research


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