Interactive Video Technology in Teacher Education
AbstractInteractive video technology is being applied as an instructional strategy in various ways in education. It is a particu larly powerful technology when working with sport and human movement. O'Sullivan, Stroot, Tannehill, and Chou outline some applications ofthetechnol ogy in education; the final section de scribes development of an interactive video instructional package for use in skill analysistraining in a physical educa tion teacher preparation program. The authors suggest this medium holds great potential for assisting physical education teachers in learning to dis criminate appropriate and inappropriate elements of skill performance, thereby enabling them to provide appropriate feedback to students and improve per formance.