Read about the 5 key learnings Hartford Public Schools found after implementing video coaching. Learn about how they ensured their video professional learning stayed aligned to the district-wide instructional vision.
Check out the highlights of a Learning Forward presentation on video coaching. School District of Lee County PD leaders Helen Martin and Amy French discuss how they use Edthena to build capacity, trust, growth, and goals among coaches and teachers.
Learn about how the L.A.D.D.E.R. program at Keller ISD used video observation and reflection to help support teacher leadership. The results were shared during the Dec. 2021 Learning Forward Virtual Conference.
Innovative takeaways were the name of the game at the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) Annual Meeting in February of this year. Timothy Boerst from the School […]
Aspiring teachers first learn the methods of teaching in a university-style class and then practice those new skills as part of their student-teaching experience. The physical distance between the college […]
As educators, we often think of video as a tool to conduct observations and coaching sessions with teachers inside their classrooms. At Western Colorado University, they have implemented video as […]
New ways of teaching hybrid or remote during Covid-19 can be challenging to navigate. Yes, there are technical challenges, but there are also real needs to help redefine what “good […]
Video use for professional development is much more than a simple substitution for face-to-face coaching, according to district leaders in St. Vrain Valley Schools. Assistant Superintendent Diane Lauer says it’s […]
Watch Jim Knight as he reveals his best practices and worst mistakes for instructional coaching with video
Using video for instructional coaching with teachers is “a revolutionary act” according to author and researcher Jim Knight. “You’re fighting against the culture by saying, ‘no we’re going to make […]