Date of Award
Doctor of Education (EdD)
This case study was an exploration of how sport coaches, teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators use video analysis to improve performance. The study helped to reveal the usage of video analysis and its perceived advantages and barriers. The case study helped to determine frameworks for practical use by school districts or individual educators. Data revealed a lack of use due to the lack of understanding of how to use video analysis to improve performance as well as limited frameworks for use. Professional development remains a high need in education, and the case study revealed self-video analysis as a viable option as a professional development tool. An understanding of the reflective learning theory of John Dewey was noted in this study to properly understand the basics of reflection and how it can lead to an enhancement of performance and be a driver of change. Recommendations from this study include the need for training on how to utilize video analysis and frameworks put into place for teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators.
Sain, Dillon, "The Use of Video Analysis to Improve Performance" (2022). Doctor of Education Dissertations. 108.
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