August 21, 2018

How to Plan and Run a Pilot for Video-Driven Teacher Observation

Talk to any teacher, and you’ll soon realize something surprising: they’re lonely. No, not in the typical sense of craving social relationships. Teachers are lonely in the sense that they do most of their jobs as the only adult in the room, without interaction or feedback from peers or coaches. Many educators crave genuine responses from experienced colleagues and administrators. It’s one of the best ways to improve.

– Gerard Dawson, contributor to THE Journal


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