Our blog series about using video in your school continues this week with a topic to enhance your professional development experience. Shaun Fagan is back to explore a few reasons to use video in combination with virtual instructional coaching.
by Stacey Ryan
My classroom model includes a lot of group work where students complete tasks in groups of four to six, or sometimes with just one partner. For some educators, this approach can make it challenging to gauge student understanding through formative assessments.
In order to be successful, every teacher needs to have a few tools that can assist them in their journey. Here are a few of the tech tools that keep my classroom inspired every day.
By Carolyn Hollowell
As a parent of three children, my mission has been to prepare them for a wonderful and successful adult life. Just one of my many tasks while raising them is to teach self-advocacy skills that they’ll need to make the most of their education. This is a difficult skill for children to learn. Here are three ways that I have seen parents use self-advocacy to set their children on a path to a better educational experience, and teach them a skill that they’ll use throughout their lives.
The second blog in our blog series about using video in your school looks into strategies to capture evidence of student learning. How do you know if students are actually learning what you are teaching? Shaun Fagan is back again to share three ways video maximizes student learning, giving you (and parents!) confidence your students comprehend what is being taught in class.
This week, David Solomon comes back to this blog series to share three ways video powers the flipped classroom. Are you teaching in a flipped classroom? Video can be a great tool to improve student achievement in a flipped classroom model, helping to both improve test scores and student attitudes.
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