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The University of Southampton
Southampton Education School

Research project: Use of synchronous digital video for remote observation and feedback - Dormant - Dormant

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October 05 - October 06 Relating to teaching performance in the learning and skills sector.

The University of Southampton worked with The Isle of Wight College, Bridgwater College, Southampton City College and the Education and Training Services of the British Army to deliver this project for the DfES Standards Unit, and developed operational policy, procedures and make recommendations for the remote observation, analysis and feedback of teaching performance.

We used video conferencing systems in partnership colleges and training organisations as a tool to support the remote observation of teaching performance in real time.

The project developed strategies to improve and support Initial Teacher Education, facilitate Human Resource Management and help support observation of teaching by subject specialists.

The team worked with teachers to develop protocols that utilise this technology in a supportive and developmental way.

Project director: Dr Martin Dyke.

Related research groups

Lifelong and Work-Related Learning (LaWRL) Research Centre
Design and utilisation of digital technologies
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