Zainuddin Zainuddin, Sunu Dwi Antoro, Herri Mulyono, Nani Solihati, Rosalina Rosalina, Ferawati Ferawati


The essential purpose of the research was to examine EFL in-service teachers’ perceptions after watching their teaching video recording. This research attempted to explore more insight of the video-based reflections roles focusing on teacher development. The research applied a qualitative design with eight EFL in-service teachers as participants. The data were conducted through semi-structured interviews, journal reflective, and video recording. All these data were then analyzed using thematic analysis. The result demonstrates that video-based reflection is an accomplished way to gain self-evaluation. These in-service teachers have gained new views, and have chances to analyze both deficiencies and potencies using video-based reflections in their teaching experiences. Conclusively, video-based reflections can promote teachers’ professional development.


English as a foreign language; teachers’ teaching skill; video-based reflections; in-service teachers; reflection.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.25134/erjee.v10i2.6286


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