27 SES 14 A, Standardizing Classroom Video Observation: Secondary Analyses of the PISA + Video Study
What attributes of wholeclass teaching make most difference in developing student learning? In what ways can secondary analyses of data in the PISA+ video study be used to investigate this? This paper attempts to develop the primary descriptive analyses in PISA+ with a prescriptive approach. In revisiting the PISA+ findings, we use two observation protocols. The first protocol is the PISA+ codebook developed in the primary analyses of the PISA+ video study (Klette et al 2005). The second codebook is the Protocol for Language Arts Teaching Observation (PLATO) developed at Stanford University. The paper presents findings on how valid these elements are as research measures in a Norwegian context, and discusses how a prescriptive and a descriptive instrument vary in the use of secondary analyses in a Norwegian and European context.
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