Use these Powerful Video Focusing Techniques to Accelerate Teacher Learning, Encourage Deep Reflection, and Facilitate Rich Discussions

Discussions of video coaching often are centered around hardware and software: the best camera, the best app, the best video coaching platform. Less often mentioned are the tools we use in our approach to viewing and responding to these videos of instructional practice. The tools educators can use to guide viewing of instructional practice videos…

How Two Passionate Houghton College Professors with an Eye for Innovation Brought Video Coaching to Their Whole Department

Professors are busy people. And at Houghton College, it’s no different. Between teaching, grading, and completing endless paperwork, it can be challenging for professors to explore new opportunities for professional growth. Sunshine Sullivan, Education Department Chair and Associate Professor of Education at Houghton College in New York, successfully cut through the noise that professor’s face…

Evidence of Practice, Focusing Techniques, and Why Teachers Should Choose Their Videos for Classroom Observation (Education Talk Radio)

The following is an interview by Larry Jacobs with Adam Geller, CEO of Edthena and author of Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning. Some of the questions have been edited for brevity and clarity. Listen to the full interview using the audio player below: What’s the story behind the title of the book…