Widening the View: Using Swivl Technology to Enhance Teacher Candidates’ Reflections
Thursday, October 8, 2020
Noon–1 p.m. (Central Time)
After receiving a grant for Swivl bases, microphones, and Pro online accounts, the SLE initial licensure program piloted the new technology to conduct teacher candidates’ video reflections during the Spring 2020 student teaching appointments. Using the teacher candidates’ recorded video lessons and written reflections as data, this presentation describes the potential of Swivl technologies to enhance teacher candidates’ reflections on language output in k-12 classrooms.
Presenters: Dustin J. Hemsath is a Ph.D. student of Second Language Education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and currently working as a Supervisor of world language and ESL teacher candidates in the SLE licensure program. His research interests are in language teacher education, world language teaching and learning, and bilingualism.
Karla Stone is the license program lead for the ESL and World Language initial license program, and a lecturer in Second Language Education, Curriculum and Instruction.
This presentation is cosponsored by the Second Language Education program in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction.