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    Title: Development of a VBL system to enhance student teachers’ technology integration competencies
    Authors: 張雅芳;Yi-Chin Chen;Mei-Feng Chang;Chia-Ling Hsu
    Contributors: 師資培育中心
    Keywords: Student Teacher;System Development;Technology Integration;Video Based Learning
    Date: 201301
    Issue Date: 2014-01-27 20:58:27 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Hong Kong:The World Academic Publishing Co., Limited
    Abstract: To promote student teachers’ continuous growth in technology integration competencies, we have developed a video-based case learning (VBL) system by adopting the ADDIE model. The cases in the system were collected from former student teachers’ field teaching at the end of their internship. In addition to videos, the cases included related materials such as lesson plans, slides, worksheets, and so on. In short, our system intends to create an environment where student teachers can share their practical teaching knowledge with their peers, and their discussion is supported by evidence disclosed in the video. We have also conducted a formative
    evaluation and accordingly modified the system based on the evaluation reports. Currently, we attempt to collect more information about the VBL system so that its future use will bring more benefits.
    Relation: Communications in Information Science and Management Engineering 3(7), pp.336-341
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