April 13, 2018

4 Ways Video Observation Improves Instruction

Via My Tech Decisions, “As the Principal of Howard University Middle School (HUMS). I want the observation and evaluation process to to be a way for teachers to become better teachers. So, for the 2016–2017 school year, I started asking certain teachers to capture videos of their lessons. The idea was that I could look at a video the way I wanted to: see a piece, stop, go back and look at it again, and then provide feedback that the teacher could use to improve their practice. Here are four ways that video observation has helped me be an instructional leader.”

– Kathryn Procope, Head of School at Howard University Middle School in Washington, DC


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