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.
Download Video Observation: A Cost-effective Tool to Support Educators During and After Covid-19 to learn more about how video can be a high-impact lever for teacher improvement in your district.
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