Cameras are practically everywhere today. From walking through a parking lot to checking out at the supermarket, chances are much of your day is caught on tape.
And for many of the same reasons video technology works in other industries, cameras are now quickly making their way into classrooms, too.
According to a feature article in District Administration, "A clearer view of the classroom" by Deborah Yaffe, video provides a clearer view of instruction, changing the way teachers are supported and even evaluated.
Based on emerging data and interviews with leaders already using the technology in their schools, the article highlights the most significant uses and advantages of classroom video.
Here are the 3 big benefits of video :
Video is an unmatched tool for #calibration for all those who #support #teachers' growth—inspiring confidence and trust in the feedback and support process. - Michael Moody, #insightadvance & Jason Stricker, @insightedgroup. Featured in @educationweek #teacher #principal #education #video #growthvsgotcha #coaching #confidence #trust #growth
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