March 18, 2016

Using video in the classroom to help teachers and students

Some states are adopting more high-tech observation after studies pointed to more effective instruction, including using video in the classroom.

In a March 2016 article in Education DIVE, hear experts discuss the research and the nuts-and-bolts around using video in observation, including Miriam Greenberg, project director at Harvard’s Center for Education Policy Research and an author of the “Best Foot Forward” study on video observation, and Dr. Michael Moody, CEO and Founder of Insight ADVANCE.


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