Filming in the classroom is becoming a more common practice in part because of the many advantages found in viewing and sharing videos of instruction. As filming classes and using instructional videos for professional development occurs more frequently, educators may want to adopt methods to increase the accessibility of videotaping. This paper identifies problems and offers possible solutions to teachers in K-12 settings who want to film their classes. It includes challenges that teachers can anticipate when engaging in the process of filming, as well as tips for how to manage these issues.
Vingelli, Daniele M.
"Making Our Work Public: Best Practices for Teachers Filming Their Classes in K-12 Settings,"
Journal of Research Initiatives:
2, Article 9.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri/vol1/iss2/9