Do you teach? Start here. These videos cover ideas and practices that matter to you.
- Intro: How Classroom Learning Happens
Running A Quality Lesson
- Lesson Components
- Backward Planning a Quality Lesson
- Generating Student Effort
- Managing Behavior
Are you a teacher coach? School leader? Watch these videos about developing your teaching staff.
- Intro: How Teacher Development Happens
- Running Effective Coaching
- Implementing Practice-Based PD
- Promoting a Growth Mindset
I love these videos – they are concrete, succinct and important. I plan on encouraging our school partners to use them as they work with teachers.
Zach Blatner, Assistant Professor of Practice, Relay Graduate School of Education
I think what you are doing is fantastic! I have read many articles and books, but having examples (videos) done in an interesting and relevant way is wonderful.
Amber Thienel, Math Instructional Coach, Freedom Middle School
These are wonderful…brief, engaging, and informative. I am using them for training novice first-year teachers on classroom management.
Donna Fine, Peer Assistance and Review Teacher, Volusia County Public Schools
I absolutely LOVE what I have seen so far in both the coach and teacher videos. Love the concept of minis! Site was easy to navigate and I appreciate your sense of humor.... no groaning.
Kathy Pyle, Instructional Coach, Florida School for the Deaf and Blind
I love these minis. They are short so you can digest the message easily and watch a few or a lot at once. I am really excited to see you populate the rest of your titles! Keep em coming.
Jenny Hart, Ouray School
They are great to help teachers see specifics around particular skills they are working to improve.
Lauren Gray, Dean of Instruction, YES Prep West
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Pat Supplee, Education Consultant