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January 3, 2014
This Week: Happy New Year!
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Sarah Brown Wessling shares her “do-it-yourself” tips for recording and reflecting on your practice.
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Hear what the experts have to say about the research related to using video and online learning to improve teacher practice and lift student achievement.
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Whether you’re recording your own practice for self-reflection, or putting together a student lesson to “flip” your class, here are expert tips for making sure you capture and produce great material.
Sarah's Notes

Happy new year! As we reflect and set goals for the new year, I thought I’d share a blog I wrote last year about how I calibrate what’s most important to me as a teacher. It starts with this question: What are the three things that make a successful teacher? I’ve shared my thoughts here, and I’d love to hear yours.

Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
Tchers’ Voice
Img LeftBlogger Ryan McCarty shares some personal moments from 2014 to help us stay focused on what’s important in the new year.

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Q&A: Answer These Questions
Q: What’s the best practice for videotaping teachers to improve instruction? Should I let the teachers tape their lesson on their own or should I tape their lessons for them?
Q: How do I express the importance and relevance of instructional coaching in my district when my new superintendent doesn't believe in the model?
Q: Does anyone have any tried and true art assessments for K-2?
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