For years, video has been used in classrooms to impart knowledge to students. But only recently has the idea of video as a tool to impact teacher growth started gaining ground.
As states and K-12 organizations around the country look for ways to support teachers in improving classroom practice, attention is increasingly turning to video. For self-reflection and peer collaboration, video provides an opportunity for teachers and coaches to observe lessons from the same point of view, and allows classroom observation to occur at any time. And thanks to advancements in technology, video is easier, better, faster and cheaper than ever before.
Download our white paper today to learn how your district can start using video — or refine your methods — to positively impact teaching in your district.
This white paper includes:
A look at ten different ways video is useful for improving teaching practice
Best practices for using video as a reflection and coaching tool
Real-life examples of organizations that have successfully used video to support educator growth
Tips for those new to using video in evaluation and professional development settings