PhD student Hanneke Theelen focused her research project on enhancing interpersonal competences of student teachers with digital tools. Emphasis was on the use of 360 degree videos of everyday situations in classrooms. By allowing student teachers to watch these videos from their own preferred perspective, rather than from a fixed camera viewpoint, their obervational skills increase. This in turn stimulates student teachers to extend their repertoire in addressing disruptive situations in class.
All articles are avalaible online and open access (apart from the TATE publication):
- Classroom simulations in teacher education to support pre-service teachers’ interpersonal competence – Computers and education
- Virtual internships in blended environments to prepare preservice teachers for the professional teaching context – British Journal of Educational Technology
- Using 360‐degree videos in teacher education to improve preservice teachers’ professional interpersonal vision – Journal of Computer Assisted Learning
- Developing preservice teachers’ interpersonal knowledge with 360-degree videos in teacher education – Teaching and Teacher Education
- Enhancing authentic learning experiences in teacher education through 360-degree videos and theoretical lectures: reducing preservice teachers’ anxiety – European Journal of Teacher Education