Virtual synchronous engagement of professional experience

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Winn, Stephen and Lewis, Robert. 2010. "Virtual synchronous engagement of professional experience." Australian Council for Educational Leaders Annual National Conference (ACEL 2010): Hosting and Harvesting: Creating the Change we wish to see in the World. Sydney, Australia 29 Sep - 01 Oct 2010 Sydney, Australia.
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Virtual synchronous engagement of professional experience

Presentation TypePaper
AuthorsWinn, Stephen (Author) and Lewis, Robert (Author)
Journal or Proceedings TitleProceedings of the 2010 Australian Council for Educational Leaders Annual National Conference (ACEL 2010)
Year2010
Place of PublicationSydney, Australia
Conference/EventAustralian Council for Educational Leaders Annual National Conference (ACEL 2010): Hosting and Harvesting: Creating the Change we wish to see in the World
Event Details
Australian Council for Educational Leaders Annual National Conference (ACEL 2010): Hosting and Harvesting: Creating the Change we wish to see in the World
Event Date
29 Sep 2010 to end of 01 Oct 2010
Event Location
Sydney, Australia
Abstract

A partnership between the New South Wales Department of Education and Training and the University of New England (UNE) is using the connected-classroom and synchronous videoconferencing to rethink the delivery of teacher training and pre-service teacher supervision as well as engage experienced practitioners in the field. Geographic barriers faced by many pre-service teachers in rural and remote areas can be broken down, connecting them with academic staff at their university or with experienced teachers at other schools. Using this approach, pre-service teachers can undertake their placements in their local environment, knowing that the university can deliver supervision and engagement with pre-service teachers and teacher mentors. Based on a reflective practice model this approach is sustainable, creates real time engagement between academic staff, teacher mentors and pre-service teachers as well as providing the opportunity to capture
and store lessons taught by pre-service teachers and experienced practitioners.

Keywordsteacher training; videoconferencing; mentoring
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390307. Teacher education and professional development of educators
460608. Mobile computing
390402. Education assessment and evaluation
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Byline AffiliationsUniversity of New England
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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