Open Access Graduate Research Paper
Educational technology; Video recordings--Production and direction; Video tapes in education;
The Integrating New Technologies into the Methods of Education (InTime) project is a grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The main function of this grant is to produce and deliver videos, via the Internet, of teachers using technology with their students. The target audience is pre-service and practicing teachers.
In order to capture on tape real teachers in real classrooms with real students, many things need to be considered. Determining what activities and teachers must be included in the project, which elements of the model are to be illustrated, and how to facilitate access to the videos and lesson plans are only a few of the issues. Video production is an essential component of InTime. This paper will discuss field production techniques in general, and how these specifically relate to the InTime productions. This paper will also address editing considerations for the final videos. A glossary (Appendix A) is included to clarify technical terms.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Sharon E. Smaldino
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c2002 Jennifer Mohlis Peterson
Peterson, Jennifer Mohlis, "InTime video field production and editing" (2002). Graduate Research Papers. 1332.