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#1 Monday 3rd October 2011 04:06:25

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Video the PDi training?

Should we invest all equipment and had out discs to our pdi’s as they can take home and go over there sessions?

Or keep to old school- watch and learn?

Let me know what you think as I’m looking to purchase one around £499.00

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Monday 3rd October 2011 04:06:25

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#2 Monday 3rd October 2011 07:00:53

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Hi,

Depends what you class as old school.

Generally 'old school' adis whether with learners or ADI training can be left standing still as others progress.

We have been using recording equipment for almost 10 years but it depends how it is used or not used.

Brian

#3 Sunday 16th October 2011 08:26:00

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A resource is as effective as the teacher using it.

One persons poor resource can be a great resource within the gift of someone else.

Cheers

Paddy


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#4 Sunday 16th October 2011 08:40:37

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Hi Paddy,

I agree totally.

Danny, you will see in my post I said
'Depends what you class as old school.
Generally 'old school' adis whether with learners or ADI training can be left standing still as others progress.
We have been using recording equipment for almost 10 years but it depends how it is used or not used.'

What is old school to one may not be to another and as has been said it depends totally on how used.

It really ties in very well with the VARK from another thread and research done over the years has shown that it can be very effective, for some, to learn by watching videos and that learning is enhanced if watching yourself in a video.

The big but is you need to be good at self observations and reflection.

Brian

#5 Sunday 16th October 2011 11:12:41

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Brian,

Again I take your point but to be able to class someone as 'old school' you have to see them work and even then how could you measure 'old school'? They may have different methods than you or me but that doesn't make them wrong and it doesn't necessarily mean they would be 'left standing' does it?

Regaring recording technology it is a good idea if used correctly and it would certainly aid 'self assesment' but there is more than one way to skin a cat. I would say if you are going to buy a set up don't buy it from China!!!!!! I'm still waiting for a refund on some that I bought that didn't work.

Hi Danny,

I used the word 'can' be left standing - not 'will' be left standing so I think we both mean the same.

Cheers, Brian

#6 Sunday 16th October 2011 21:38:20

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Re: Video the PDi training?

Generally 'old school' adis whether with learners or ADI training can be left standing still as others progress.

Generally “old school” ADI’s will have adapted to all the changes the DSA and the industry has thrown at them over the years, they will have adapted to and learnt the new technologies that have been introduced to the masses over the years. They will have invented/found ways and methods of dealing with the many different “types” of student they have come across without giving fancy names to those methods.

As to “left standing still”, I prefer “still standing”, while their contemporary’s fall like flies with their big ideas and their 10 for 99’s.

Just in case anyone gets the wrong impression about “old school”, generally!

Maz.

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#7 Sunday 16th October 2011 21:49:23

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Hi,

'Old school refers to something that is fairly old and not very recent'

So therefore ADIs who have developed themselves beyond where they were a number of years ago would not necessarily be termed as 'old school'.

However as has been said 'old school' ADIs who worked a particularly good way 15 to 20 years ago may be better than modern up to date ADIs now as our topic range is so subjective. some do try to interpret what is not there and put their own play on it.

Brian

#8 Sunday 23rd October 2011 13:25:05

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Re: Video the PDi training?

thanks

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#9 Friday 28th October 2011 21:14:29

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Re: Video the PDi training?

Sounds very expensive, an adi I know useds their mobile phone in a holder on the window and then uploads it to personal youtube holder cost £4.99 thats four pound and 99 pence!!

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#10 Thursday 26th April 2012 19:52:36

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Re: Video the PDi training?

Hi
Great Idea......

Cheep was is to use Maplin -"house camera" set up £29.99 Fit it with a 12 volt "RWCDR"£25.00 but it takes only one angle...

Thanks

Pud

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