Seeing the Whole Lesson with Video Reflection (Tech & Learning)

 

Amy Henderson, 11th grade English teacher at the Wonderful College Prep Academy in Delano, California, details how she records her lessons to find insightful ways to engage her students. “Video reflection is incredibly helpful for specific, targeted lessons, as well as for noticing patterns in instruction,” she says. Regardless of if you are a first-year teacher or a seasoned vet, video reflection can provide authentic and honest feedback.

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