How Video Opened Our Minds For Growth (Harvard Visibly Better)

Written by Assistant Superintendent of St. Vrain Valley Schools Diane Lauer, Harvard University’s Center for Education Policy Research posted her reflections on how video opens our minds for growth.

She says, “We have discovered that video can have a great impact on a teacher’s state of mind and when used effectively, can accelerate instructional growth and create positive shifts in classroom and school culture.”

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Here’s a video-based reflection from Diane:

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