Online Exclusive: Aspiring Teachers Turn to Video (Learning Forward)

Learn how Monmouth University’s teacher education program has used video coaching as a tool to support their teachers during the pandemic. Meredith Riddle, the Director of the Provisional Teacher Programs at Monmouth, details how their candidates’ teaching performance actually accelerated when schools went dark. They have been able to analyze their fieldwork, assess each other’s…

Deborah Ball Asks Math Teachers, What Hooks Your Students into Math Instruction During Covid-19?

Online learning can create an opportunity for teachers to dive deeper into math instruction concepts without having some of the time constraints of face-to-face learning.  Remote learning presents a unique scenario in which students can persevere in mathematics as they explore and collaborate to solve challenging questions.  Encouraging students to apply math to real-world scenarios…

Coaching, Collaboration, and Continuous Improvement with Video (District Administration)

Learn how Newport News Public Schools’ instructional technology coaching (ITC) department used video coaching as a tool to support their teachers during the pandemic. The district’s ITC department has implemented video coaching and video-based reflection for the past two years, and believe it is changing the way they facilitate professional development for their teachers. Read…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – November 2020

Gobble up these recommended reads for teachers and instructional coaches during this holiday break. Here are a few articles for educators about professional development. This month’s recommendations include using project-based learning assignments during distance teaching, providing students virtual work-based experiences, and lessons learned from educators on how to support parents of younger remote students. Need…