Breakout Session

Using NJVid in Teacher Education

Track: Learning & Teaching Innovations        

Breakout Session V
Fri. 8:20am–9:15am

Abstract
We present the design components of a clinical interview project that we used with our pre-service elementary school teachers (PSTs) in mathematics specialized content courses. In this project, PSTs used NJVid as a streaming media platform to safely and securely share the clinical interviews they conducted with their peers. By subsequently sharing their videos on Canvas, the PSTs were able to watch each other’s interviews and engage in discussions around the conduct and analysis of those interviews.

 

Scioscia, Patrick  

Bio
Patrick Scioscia is an Instructional Designer in the Office of Information Technology at Montclair State University. Patrick recently received his master’s degree in Instructional Technology and Media from Columbia University. His research interests are in human-computer interaction.

Panorkou, Nicole 

Bio
Nicole Panorkou is an Assistant Professor in the department of Mathematical Sciences at Montclair State University. Nicole’s research interests focus on the ways that technology and modeling can foster the utility of mathematical concepts. Nicole works with inservice and preservice teachers, in both synchronous and asynchronous learning environments, aiming to deepen their mathematics content knowledge but also their technological content knowledge.