The Power of Video Technology in International Comparative Research in Education

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Video technology offers a number of important potential benefits to researchers and policy makers interested in international comparative research. However, a number of practical and methodological issues remain to be addressed, including sample sizes and the confidentiality of research participants. In light of the potential benefits and recognizing the unresolved issues, the Board on International Comparative Studies in Education (BICSE) offers four recommendations to researchers, funding agencies, and policy makers.

 

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Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1
INTRODUCTION
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BRIEF HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE ON INTERNATIONAL VIDEO RESEARCH
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POWER OF AN IMAGE
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INTEGRATING QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS
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SAMPLE SIZE
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WHAT VIDEO CAN AND CANNOT CAPTURE
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PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
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LINKS BETWEEN ACHIEVEMENT AND TEACHING PRACTICES
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CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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REFERENCES
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Appendix Workshop Agenda and Participants
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