Leadership Strategies: Using Video to Shift Teacher Practice

3/12/2014 By: Tech & Learning Staff

Thursday April 10, 2014
3:00 pm EST / 12:00 pm PST
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During this webinar Jim Knight, professional development expert and best-selling author, will discuss how to harness the power of video to make significant, lasting improvements in teacher practice. Michelle Rooks will share how Teton County School District put these ideas into action and is using video to provide equity-driven instructional and leadership strategies to address their district's striking achievement gap.

- Strategies that teachers, coaches, teams, and administrators can use to get the most out of using video
- Tips for ensuring that video recordings are used in accordance with ethical standards and teacher/student comfort levels
- Protocols and other resources to get the most out of watching video
- Tools to implement the use of video for professional learning in your district  
Jim Knight, Research Associate, University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning 
Michelle Rooks, Instructional Coach, Teton County School District, Wyoming 
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