Using IRIS connect to develop co-created ABL videos of interactions between expert and novice practitioners

Activity: Academic Talks or PresentationsOral presentationResearch


This project works with students to trial the use of video collaboration software for enabling reflective practice. This software provides an opportunity to record behaviour and interactions in any practice-based setting. It is often used to capture classroom-based teaching and learning. Practitioners can then use the video collaboration tools to reflect on their own teaching, give peer feedback or gain feedback from a mentor or tutor. The viability of the software is explored within Initial Teacher Training (ITT) as students co-create video content with postgraduate education students. We then look at how it might inform practice based reflection within other university courses.
Period30 Jun 2021
Held atGraduate School
Degree of RecognitionLocal


  • Video mentoring
  • Expert teachers
  • Teacher education
  • Feedback