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Video Coaching Best Practices: A Successful District Case Study

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Thought starters

  1. In what ways might video coaching support your program?

19 Comments

  • Private message to America Patton

I appreciate this discussion. I like the part of the discussion that explained how using recorded videos of teaching to share with other teachers during their planning meetings to see what techniques, teaching strategies, and other things that teachers are using in their classrooma that are working, and not working. I like the part of the discussion that mentioned focusing on what the students are doing while, instead of focusing on what the teacher is doing can also be helpful. On the other hand, teachers who are at different levels in terms of their teaching experience could be afraid of being recorded, because they may feel as if the footage will be used to judge, or criticize them, but l believe if the district, and building teachers truly value teaching growth, are open to their colleagues critiques, feedback, and advice that is rooted in growth, l believe they the teaching footage could be used to help create a culture of success in every school, classroom, and school district. Beyond that, l believe that more beginning teachers would be willing to stay in the teaching profession, because they would be getting the coaching, hell, and support that they need to help them grow into better teachers. The footage could also be used to develop trust, and improve communication from department to department, from classroom to classroom, and from district to district so that all communities, families, teachers, school leaders, and school districts can win, and experience success. 

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  • Private message to Rosaura Diaz-Russi

Using videos feedback, giving the opportunity to be in contact with somebody expert to record the most common question  in the prosses to learn a new way to teach in the classroom, I can see many times to remember details, and I feel more confident with my new  chapter in this certification process

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  • Private message to Julieta Newland

I have to say that recording videos at the beginning of Covid was a difficult thing and scary, after letting those feelings go away. Recording videos became a great tool to support and teach our students. At the same time, videos are helping to better our skills as educators and give our students steps and tools to use new technology to benefit not just students but teachers too.

Having our administrators to observe and gives feedback as well as support and tools to improve our teaching skills I think is wonderful.

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  • Private message to Pam Gromus

I feel video coaching gives advantages of personal understanding of materials without inturptions as well as time to truly reflect on the naterial at hand.

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  • Private message to Pam Gromus

I feel video coaching gives a better understanding of the materials at hand and gives everyone time to reflect on the subject at hand

 

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