Observing teachers remains a priority for most districts, but Covid-19 operational challenges have made it more difficult or impossible to observe teachers and give them the feedback they deserve.
Observation and feedback is still possible—in-classroom or distanced teaching—using video recordings and online collaboration tools. Teachers upload videos of their teaching, and colleagues provide timestamped feedback.
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Hear the story of a teacher who transformed his classroom management techniques after using Edthena tools, as shared with Harvard's Visibly Better project.
We believe strongly that technology can and should eliminate the barriers to effective teaching and curriculum implementation, while promoting a culture of growth and collaboration across classrooms.
Key Takeaways: Comprehensive support for new teachers is critical to helping them thrive and in helping schools improve retention rates. Effective support for new teachers includes effective coaching, high-quality professional […]
Hear directly from a 30-year veteran teacher who leveraged AI-powered coaching to evolve her teaching practice and unlock new levels of student engagement and achievement.
In an interview with the C3 podcast, founder and CEO of Edthena Adam Geller discussed the innovative concept of AI coaching and the future of AI in education.