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Title: 
Designing web-based video cases for teacher learning and teacher development: The Singapore experience
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Issue Date: 
Mar-2008
Citation: 
Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New York, 2008
Abstract: 
Video cases have been shown as effective tools to
support teacher learning and teacher development.
This study aims to design web-based video cases
to support teachers in mathematical problem
solving. Two video cases were built by drawing on
data from a three-year funded project in Singapore.
The first case is built on two Grade 5 teachers’
different pedagogy in conducting problem solving
activities while the second case draws on different
challenges that two pairs of Grade 5 students
experienced in the process of solving problems.
The framing includes case commentary, guiding
questions, and discussion forum to help users
reflect on their practices and initiate peer-sharing
and -learning among users. The long-term goal of
the design is to build a virtual community of
practice.
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Project number: 
CRP 2/04 JH
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