Presentation on theme: "Journal, Construction of Maps, Videotape, Audiotape, Photographs, Film, Artifacts,"— Presentation transcript:
Journal, Construction of Maps, Videotape, Audiotape, Photographs, Film, Artifacts,
Narrative technique record events, thoughts, and feelings that have importance for the writer. Collection of descriptions, analyses, and interpretations. Promote systematic reflective practices.
Contextual insights for people who have not visited the classroom. effective in guiding teachers to rethink the environment and arrangement of classrooms. Useful for teachers who are concerned about the movement and interaction of students.
Helps busy teachers capture whats going on in the classroom (events and interactions) Opportunity for teachers and students to reflect on content, skills, and attitudes demonstrated by the students. Limitations for the use of videotape and audiotape: time-consuming (watch, listen, observe).
(Work sample of children)Written or visual sources of data. Supporting authentic assessment techniques – by including childrens work samples, briefing documents, teachers resources overtime in an intact kit. (showcasing relative growth of that childrens development and learning) Starting point for conversation with students (using Agars 5W 1H)
Using at least three data sources to answer each research question will help you to be non- bias in data collection. Using a variety of data collection techniques over an extended period of time to gain varying perspectives on complex issues and events
Imperative to use videotaping and watching it to fill up gaps in the fieldnotes Journals are important in the form of self reflective journal. Keep all records of resources. Do not destroy anything (worksheets, resources, anything!)
Done by: Cher Chieng Sok Daphne Chiang Yi Ping Lau Jia Min Tan Gek Ling Tai Jia Hui Zheng Shuling (Group B)