There's a book on this by Ball & Lampert, at
I've used this in doctoral classes.
While the multimedia archive aspect is valuable, I actually find more
value in the wisdom of their understanding of curriculum, in general, and
teacher education curriculum, in particular.
On Sat, 17 Mar 2007, Mike Cole wrote:
> Thganks Jay-- Seems like we will devote an LCHC meeting to these materials
> and see where it goes from there.
> On 3/16/07, Jay Lemke <email@example.com> wrote:
>> The Link is
>> or back up this link to /insideteaching, which is the portal homepage.
>> I have just been invited to join a working group to plan an
>> initiative here around working intensively in both research and
>> teacher education with multimedia records of practice. Our new dean,
>> Deborah Ball, and one of my colleagues here, Magdalene Lampert, both
>> in mathematics education were pioneers in this area, and their
>> original data files still exist are being retro-coverted to current
>> digital file formats. In the mid-90s they collected a year's worth of
>> teaching practice, with video, audio, teacher's notes, interviews
>> with teachers, students' notes in class, seating charts, student
>> work, all interlinked in a database. The video in those days was on
>> video laserdisc. I attach an image from the file menu showing what
>> was included. It was a proof-of-concept study and probably more
>> extensive than has been done since.
>> Data like this is a goldmine for AT-based analysis, and in the
>> future, adding in more on the historical context of practices in a
>> school, and other AT-relevant contextual information, or looking in
>> this way more focally at processes of individual and institutional
>> change, can be very rich indeed.
>> >Here's an interesting activity: It's called "Inside Teaching: A living
>> >archive of practice." It has "multi-media records of practice." It's
>> >the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. Cyndy Greenleaf
>> >called my attention to it.
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>> JAY L. LEMKE
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