Full descriptionThis collection consists of data collected in China as part of the Learner's Perspective Study, a sixteen-country international project to document "well-taught" mathematics classrooms. Data was collected through the use of three cameras (on the teacher, class as a whole and a student group), supplemented by post-lesson video-stimulated interviews (audio and video records) with students and teachers, test data, teacher questionnaires, and copies of student and teacher written material.
Data was collected from three schools in Macau (2001-2002) and Shanghai (2005) and from a sequence of at least ten year 8 mathematics lessons in each school, which were generally focussed on the same topic e.g. algebra.
This collection includes: video files (format: H.264); lesson materials (jpg, pdf), including a seating plan for the classroom with names of students (de-identified); lesson form table, a detailed deconstruction of the lesson; teacher questionnaire; time-coded transcriptions and translations (where relevant); student's work from the lesson (scanned pdf file); researcher field notes; consent forms; syllabus; school timetables; research team bi-annual meeting minutes.
The collection is housed on RAID5 fibre channel array connected to the videoportal server. The ICCR also maintains hard copies (DVD/CD/Pocket Hard Disk) of all data as it was originally delivered.
Collection size: 67GB
Curriculum and Pedagogy | Education | Education Systems | Learning Sciences | Specialist Studies in Education |
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