Our patented approach to categorizing and tagging comments helps teachers quickly identify the actions that drive student engagement and learning.
But giving feedback is just the first step… looking at the bigger picture over time pushes you and your teachers to the next level.
Edthena automatically surfaces meaning from your free-form comments in a dashboard-style view using the tags used during the video analysis process.
Teachers record their lessons using any video camera or software, including Zoom
Teachers upload video and securely share to a group within your organization
Teachers and their colleagues add feedback with timestamped comments
Complete coaching management system
Create cycles of learning, timeframes for collaboration, and more
Customized to your standards
Utilize your professional frameworks as part of video analysis and goal setting
Goal setting and tracking
Teachers can set next-step goals and document the impact on learning
Interactive data dashboards
Measure changes in teacher practice with teacher, group, and organization dashboards
Gates Foundation METx Video Library
Access more than 2,100 classroom examples to kickstart learning
Build custom learning modules
Design skill-focused learning events, aligned to standards, and replicate across your organization
Reliable video recording and uploading
Upload from any platform or device, and even use videos from Chromebooks and Zoom-teaching
Blur and trim videos
Teachers can edit their videos with just a few clicks
Are you ready to explore how Video Coaching can help your teachers?
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