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Scaffolding professional learning with 360° video for pre-service teachers

Abstract : The context of the COVID-19 pandemic has brutally disruptededucation modalities worldwide. During this period, news ways to make use of360° video should be developed in order to scaffold professional learning inteacher education. This study allows us two main results : 1) pre-serviceteachers live the viewing situation like a substitutive immersion experienceand 2) we can identify different kinds of uses according to the focus ofobservation. Our results showed that 360° video can be a powerful tool to beused online during workshops for reducing the gap created by losing face-to-face field experiences. These « virtual » experiences are important moments tostimulate and encourage reflection on professional practices, with thefacilitator's support. 360° video seems to us to be a tool of choice forfacilitators to scaffold professional learning in teacher education.
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Lionel Roche, Cathy Rolland. Scaffolding professional learning with 360° video for pre-service teachers. Proceedings of the 31th annual conference of the society for information Technology and Teacher Education, Oct 2020, SITE Interactive Online Conference, United States. ⟨hal-03092206⟩

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