Audra Parker believes it’s possible to make a swift program transition to using video. She knows because she did it herself. Audra oversaw the adoption of Edthena this past year as the program coordinator for elementary education at George Mason University. And, as she details in this webinar, “we actually went from zero use of video in…
[VIDEO]Adam Geller was recently asked to explain how Edthena incorporates research into our daily work.
Edthena is doing more than putting to work the research of the past… we’re helping take part in the research of today.
Katie is based out of Georgia, but supports coaches in many states. She uses Edthena to provide ongoing development opportunities for Teach For America coaches.
Our student-teachers are placed in schools that are geographically separated, making observation across school settings difficult.
Edthena has allowed us to provide an opportunity for students to see a great deal more practice in a larger variety of settings.
This has also facilitated incredible conversations about teaching and learning across these geographical barriers.
Implementing a video-focused development model for looks different in every context. Read the best practices used by University of Colorado Denver to build a video-focused coaching and support cycle.