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…

Principal Discusses Best Practice of How She Is Taking Intervisitation Digital (NASSP)

Intervisitation is the practice of allowing teachers to learn from observing their peers. Amanda Huza, principal at Equality Charter Schools in the Bronx, discusses how her middle-level school uses a digital video platform to orchestrate intervisitation. She notes how her school has found a way to innovate this practice—all while eliminating the time constraints teachers…

Utilizing Video as a Professional Learning Tool (Instructional Coaching Corner)

 Greg Deutmeyer, an instructional coach at Epworth Elementary School in Epworth, Iowa, and Jenny Hillebrand, instructional coach at Dyersville Elementary in Dyersville, Iowa, recently interviewed Adam Geller, Edthena founder & CEO, about his book “Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning.” They are the hosts of the Instructional Coaching Corner podcast. You can…

Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning (Language Magazine)

 Language Magazine included Evidence of Practice book in its June “Resources” section. Video observation and feedback can accelerate teacher growth when used as part of a comprehensive professional development plan. Evidence of Practice: Playbook for Video-Powered Professional Learning helps educators across all disciplines create and implement a plan to reap the benefits of video…