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I totally agree with you. I was going to skip voting on this one until I scrolled down and saw your response. I'll go you one further and add that what you would see is me sometimes making a mistake, owning up to it, letting the students know that its ok to make a mistake, and move on with the lesson.
I stated "no" that I'm not worried, but not because I don't think my students won't video tape me. I said no because I conduct myself in a way that I wouldn't be doing anything that I should be embarassed about. I'm not saying I'm perfect, I sometimes say goofy things to get the students' attention. And sometimes I do something just down right stupid. But I always do my job, I rarely lose my temper and I respect all of my students.