5 Ways Ed-tech Will Transform PD Post-COVID (District Administration)

In this article from District Administration, Adam Geller, founder and CEO of Edthena, outlines five ways ed tech will revolutionize educator professional development post-pandemic, including more flexible PD. “The experience of teaching through the pandemic has shown everyone that it’s possible to design and deliver PD opportunities that don’t require someone to head down to…

Prioritizing Professional Development, During and After the Pandemic (eSchool News Podcast)

In this conversation with eSchool News’ Kevin Hogan for the podcast Innovations in Education, Diane Lauer talks about how COVID couldn’t stop teacher training. In fact, her work as Assistant Superintendent of Priority Programs and Academic Support at St. Vrain Valley Schools in Colorado became that much more important as professional development stayed a pandemic…

The Importance of Feedback (Language Magazine)

In this article from Language Magazine, Adam Geller, founder and CEO of Edthena, details how video coaching can provide English learner educators with the specific feedback that they need. “Good teaching requires school leaders and instructional coaches to get direct and deep insight into exactly what teaching is looking like right now.” This is why…

Video Observation Improves Teacher Preparation and Enhances Collaboration (EdPrepMatters)

Western Colorado University educators, Caroline Forrest and Cori Woytek will be presenting at the AACTE 2021 Annual Conference about how their program uses video to provide meaningful feedback for their resident teachers. In this article, they discuss how their residency program has successfully used video observation across diverse settings.  This is the first article in…