What is the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Video Observation Program?

  

I need help watching these videos and completing the video log provided. I have provided the videos (case #’s) that have already been watched, so please dont watch those. I have provided a detailed set of instructions in the first uploaded document. Then the completed video log. Then the video log that is to be filled in with video that are not on the completed video log document.
Introduction to Pre-Clinical Experiences
Video Observation Link: https://atlas.nbpts.org/login?next=%2Fcases%2F
Username: wgu.atlas@gmail.com
Password: WGUStudent!
Directions: In order to complete this task, you will access the link in the study plan to
watch 24 videos from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS)
Video Observation Program.
o
It is your choice as to which 12 videos you choose to focus on for this
task, as they relate to Classroom Environment and Management.
o
It is your choice as to which 12 videos you choose to focus on for this
task, as they relate to Instructional Models & Strategies.
After viewing each of the 24 videos for this task, remember to complete the Video Log.
** This is an Example of what is needed when the Video log is
filled out.
Notes on Video
Title of
Video
Date
Start
Time
of
Obser
vation
End
Time
of
Obser
vation
Total
Time
Spen
t
Area of Video
Summary of
Video
(35 sentences)
(e.g., What were your
reactions? What worked or was
effective? What didnt work or
was ineffective? What would
you have done differently?
How does this relate to how
you see yourself as a teacher?)
Notes should be 1-2
paragraphs in length
Case #
0041
01/02
/2016
5.30p
m
6.00p
m
30
mi
n
Classroom
Environment &
Management
Instructional
Models &
Strategies
Teaching Diverse
& Exceptional
Learners
Emotional
Climate &
Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards &
School Law
This video is
about a social
studies class
that have been
divided into
various groups.
The theme of
discussion is
about the rights
available to
individuals in
America and
the impact that
they have on
individualism.
The students
are involved in
discussions of
the different
topics.
The idea grouping students
in the classroom enables
them to understand
concepts better because
they can remember what
the other person said
during the discussion.
Therefore, it is a brilliant
idea. The only thing that
went wrong is the fact that
the teacher keeps on
changing the members of
the various groups. I would
have let the students
maintain their groups so
that they can socialize and
be free to discuss concepts
with one another in the
group. Group discussions
have a great relation to me
since I would frequently
use the method.
Completed Videos
Case
Case
Case
Case
Case
#112
#135
#41
#203
#177
Case
Case
Case
Case
Case
#21
#5
#61
#123
#212
Case
Case
Case
Case
Case
#53
#148
#51
#205
#32
Case
Case
Case
Case
Case
#115
#153
#69
#146
#221
Case
Case
Case
Case
Case
#27
#188
#104
#82
#122
Case # 1
Case # 3
Case # 9
Case # 10
Case # 12
Case # 16
Case # 41
Case # 60
Case # 31
Case # 34
Case #90
PCE I – Video Log
Directions:
For each video watched, document the title of the video, the date of observation, the time you started viewing the video, the time you
stopped viewing the video, the total time spent (viewing, reading commentaries and material, and logging video), the area of observation, the
summary of the video, and reflection notes. Use one row per video without duplicating videos on multiple rows.
Name:
Date:
Total time spent:
Notes on Video
Title of Video
Date
Start Time
of
Observation
End Time of
Observation
Total
Time
Spent
Area of Video
Summary of Video
(35 sentences)
(e.g., What were your reactions?
What worked or was effective?
What didnt work or was
ineffective? What would you
have done differently? How does
this relate to how you see
yourself as a teacher?)
Notes should be 1-2 paragraphs
in length
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Notes on Video
Title of Video
Date
Start Time
of
Observation
End Time of
Observation
Total
Time
Spent
Area of Video
Summary of Video
(35 sentences)
(e.g., What were your reactions?
What worked or was effective?
What didnt work or was
ineffective? What would you
have done differently? How does
this relate to how you see
yourself as a teacher?)
Notes should be 1-2 paragraphs
in length
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Note: To add more rows, place cursor in the end of the text block (in the far right cell) and hit the tab key OR place cursor outside of the far right cell of the row and hit enter.
Notes on Video
Title of Video
Date
Start Time
of
Observation
End Time of
Observation
Total
Time
Spent
Area of Video
Summary of Video
(35 sentences)
(e.g., What were your reactions?
What worked or was effective?
What didnt work or was
ineffective? What would you
have done differently? How does
this relate to how you see
yourself as a teacher?)
Notes should be 1-2 paragraphs
in length
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Classroom Environment & Management
Instructional Models & Strategies
Teaching Diverse & Exceptional
Learners
Emotional Climate & Teacher
Responsiveness
Standards & School Law
Note: To add more rows, place cursor in the end of the text block (in the far right cell) and hit the tab key OR place cursor outside of the far right cell of the row and hit enter.

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As part of the Pre-Clinical Experiences, you are required to access the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) Video Observation Program and watch 24 videos related to Classroom Environment and Management as well as Instructional Models & Strategies. You are expected to choose 12 videos from each category and complete a Video Log for each video watched. In this task, you will be required to provide a summary of your reactions, what was effective or ineffective, what you would have done differently, and how the video relates to your view of yourself as a teacher.

Description:

The Pre-Clinical Experiences Video Observation Program consists of 24 videos which you will need to watch and complete a Video Log for. The Video Log requires you to take note of the Title, Date, Start Time, End Time, Total Time, Area of Video, and Summary of Video. You will need to provide details of your observations for each video, including your reactions, what was effective or ineffective, and what you would have done differently. The videos relate to classroom environment and management, as well as instructional models and strategies. The completed Video Log document has been provided, which includes Case # 112, 135, 41, 203, 177, 21, 5, 61, 123, 212, 53, 148, 51, 205, 32, 115, 153, 69, 146, 221, 27, 188, 104, 82, and 122. You are required to fill in the video log for the videos that have not been completed. By completing this task, you will be able to enhance your understanding of Classroom Environment and Management and Instructional Models & Strategies, and improve your skills as a teacher.

Objectives:

1. To familiarize students with pre-clinical experiences in teaching by watching and analyzing pre-recorded teaching videos.
2. To help students develop skills in observing and analyzing classroom environments and instructional models and strategies.
3. To enable students to understand the importance of diversity and exceptional learners in the classroom.
4. To help students develop an understanding of teacher responsiveness and emotions, as well as standards and school law.

Learning Outcomes:

1. Students will be able to analyze and evaluate different aspects of classroom environments and effective instructional models and strategies.
2. Students will be able to understand the importance of creating a positive and supportive emotional climate in the classroom to foster learning.
3. Students will be able to recognize and appreciate the diverse needs of exceptional learners in the classroom.
4. Students will be able to identify the legal and ethical responsibilities related to teaching in a school setting.

Video Log:

The video log is a document where students are required to record their observations, reactions, and analysis of the pre-recorded teaching videos watched. The log should include the following information for each video watched:
1. Title of Video
2. Date
3. Start and end time of observation
4. Total time spent
5. Area of Video (e.g., Classroom Environment and Management, Instructional Models and Strategies, etc.)
6. Summary of Video (1-2 paragraphs long)
7. Personal reactions, what worked or did not work, what would be done differently, and how the video relates to the student’s teaching style.

Incomplete Video Log:

The video log provided by the college has pre-recorded teaching videos that have already been watched and analyzed. For this task, students will have to access the link in the study plan to watch 24 additional videos from the NBPTS Video Observation Program and fill in the video log provided. Students are expected to choose 12 videos related to Classroom Environment and Management and 12 videos related to Instructional Models and Strategies.

Suggested Resources/Books:
1. “Effective Classroom Management: Models and Strategies for Today’s Classrooms” by Carlette Jackson Hardin
2. “Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning Community” by Paul Burden
3. “Teaching Models in Education” by Joy Egbert and Sherry Sanden

Similar Asked Questions:
1. How can I effectively manage my classroom environment?
2. What are some instructional models and strategies that I can incorporate into my teaching?
3. How can I ensure that I am effectively teaching diverse and exceptional learners?
4. What are some techniques for creating a positive emotional climate and being a responsive teacher?
5. What legal standards should I be aware of as a teacher and how can I ensure that I am meeting them?

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