Understanding Your Collaboration Quotient: Powerful, Evidence-Based Insights Across an Organization

When an organization decides to put Edthena to work in its classrooms, it’s usually part of some broader initiative—an investment in teacher professional development. A lot of times, no small amount of time and energy is devoted to the process of helping teachers critically reflect on their own practice—all toward the end of achieving better student outcomes through implementing change in the classroom.

The Edthena video reflection and coaching process generates rich data about the kind and amount of learning that is happening through it—data like comment stats, professional skill proficient, and next-step goal tracking. Together, all of these data make it easy for teachers and their coaches to get a sense of what’s working and what’s not, and implement changes accordingly.

Improving Education by Video Analyzing Teachers (The Learning Counsel)

The Learning Counsel profiled Edthena’s CEO, Adam Geller, about the positive effects video analysis can have on teachers. “Edthena strives for the gold standard of helping teachers improve their craft of teaching by providing feedback on their classroom teaching through video, so they logistically access the right people at the right time.” “When a class performs well…

Seeing Teaching Through Video (Learning Forward)

Learning Forward mentions Edthena as a powerful, yet under-utilized, method of professional development tool to support teachers. “I loved how St. Vrain Valley School District in Colorado, which uses Edthena’s video platform, describes video as “an accelerant for professional growth.” The educators from St. Vrain explained how the growth curve of human adaptability lags behind our access to technology. Added…

Awards of Excellence Honorable Mention (Tech & Learning)

Edthena was mentioned as an an Honorable Mention for the Tech & Learning Awards of Excellence awards. “Excellent tool for peer, supervisor, or coach evaluation of instruction. Good use of indexing within the video so the teachers can see precise moments in their instruction that correlates to the feedback. The ability to add documents to…