How This School is Successfully Implementing Video Coaching (Tech Decisions)

At Equality Charter Middle School in Bronx, New York, principal Amanda Huza and her team started conducting peer-to-peer observations to help teachers collaboratively share best practices and receive constructive feedback. These observations benefitted teachers, but going into other classrooms to observe their peers was taking up too much of their prep time.

They knew there had to be a better, more efficient process.

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Cultivating Community Among Alternative Route Teachers at Bowling Green State University

The saying goes, “Reading, writing, arithmetic.” But what about when the teachers you’re training teach subjects like business and administrative services, construction technologies, or family and consumer sciences? The alternative route teachers Jane Briggs works with through Bowling Green State University’s Workforce Education and Development program teach subjects like these. They are also new to…