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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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.
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