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Enriching internship with 360° video


360° video offers a valuable tool for bridging coursework and fieldwork during pre-service teacher internships. The purpose of this study was to explore the usefulness of 360° video integration into the scaffolding of pre-service teacher education. Quantitative feedback from 82 student teachers during a teacher education course showed a general preference for 360° video based on improving an increased noticing of teaching and students’ classroom activity. A qualitative analysis of one teachers’ learning experiences using 360° video (based on reflections gathered from a self-confrontation interview) showed an increased perceptual immersion, enhanced attentional capacity, and teaching situation discovery (i.e., better classroom observing). Based on the results, we find 360° video has stronger immersive qualities compared to 2D video and augmented experience, providing a different way to learn teaching skills through reflection on one’s own or another’s teaching practice. Due to its affordability and usability, 360° video can be seen to enrich internships and allow for "virtual internship" experiences to prepare for real classroom situations.


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hal-03417479 , version 1 (17-12-2021)


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Lionel Roche, Ian Cunningham, Cathy Rolland. Enriching internship with 360° video. Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, 2021. ⟨hal-03417479⟩
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