Video Enhanced Observation App
  • Room 102, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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The Institute of Health and Community's Centre for Culture, Community and Society and the Institute of Education's Professional Theory and Practice Research Cluster are pleased to invite you to a seminar by app developer Jon Haines from Newcastle University. 

Jon has a passion for improving learning outcomes and teaching through the effective application of technology, and is currently working with colleagues at the University on developing VEO (Video Enhanced Observation), a low cost app, which integrates video technology with graphical and text based feedback for recording and tracking good classroom practice for use as a CPD / ITT coaching and development tool. As a free app, VEO provides potential for improved practice at the fingertips of educators at all levels, enabling tagging and reviewing classroom practice. VEO provides a range of research possibilities as well as producing evidence for the impact of that research.

Jon is Course Leader for Secondary Science Initial Teacher Training and Lecturer in Education. He has recent experience as an outstanding classroom teacher and as Head of Department / Curriculum Leader for Science, at Longbenton Community College. In this role, not only was he responsible for the improvement of science teaching and learning, but he also played a significant role in the development and adoption of online learning resources for the college.

Jon’s seminar is a must for all involved in ITE.

A sandwich buffet will be provided. This seminar is free to attend but booking is essential via the Eventbrite website.

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