This Wonderful College Prep teacher shares ‘bad lesson’ videos on purpose. Here’s why

Amy Henderson, 11th grade English teacher at the Wonderful College Prep Academy in Delano, CA, first used video as part of her teacher credentialing program. But she soon realized that it had a permanent place in her teaching practice.

We sat down with Amy to hear how she, in her second year formally teaching, uses Edthena as a powerful tool for professional development.

What has been your experience using video and Edthena as a professional development tool?

At first, I recorded videos on my phone and uploaded them to Google Drive. I would have videos of myself teaching and talk about them with other people teachers.

After Faculty Started Collaborating, Video Coaching Went Whole-program for Teacher Training at Loyola Marymount

Back in 2014, Loyola Marymount University (LMU) came across what most universities would say is a good problem to have, they saw a sudden increase in teacher candidates across their entire state. How could they support these candidates effectively to ensure high-quality feedback? They decided to use Edthena, and regardless of the candidate’s zip code,…