Instant Video Revisiting for Reflection: Extending the Learning of Children and Teachers
This article discusses how instant video revisiting (IVR) promotes reflective thinking for both teachers and children. IVR was used as a daily classroom experience with both the children and the teachers throughout one semester in two preschool classrooms with children 2.5 to 5 years old. The teachers used a digital video camera to generate data to help them understand the behavior of the children and revisit the children's actions immediately, with the children using the video clips to extend their learning. Two classroom examples illustrate how IVR supports the children's learning and the teacher's reflection of this learning. The first example describes how IVR helped the children reflect on their actions and solve their own conflicts. The second example describes the use of IVR to scaffold the children's idea of the middle of a story, thereby strengthening their own thought processes in relation to a story construction.
Hong, Seong B.; and Broderick, Jane Tingle. 2003. Instant Video Revisiting for Reflection: Extending the Learning of Children and Teachers. Early Childhood Research and Practice. Vol.5(1). http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v5n1/hong.html ISSN: 1524-5039