I know many districts begin their staff meetings with a TCH video and then the staff breaks up and has a discussion about the teaching strategies and how they could implement similar strategies in their classes. It's a nice way to start a meeting- by talking about teaching.
Hope this helps,
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We are pulling Teaching Channel video to support our district focus with the Instructional Practice Guides (found here: http://www.achievethecore.org/ela-literacy-common-core/instructional-practice/) We have identified a core action focus for each quarter, and are pairing that with video clips from Teaching Channel.
If you'd like to see more about our approach, see the recently posted materials at www.coretaskproject.com.
I believe more and more districts will see the TCH videos and resources as an opportunity for embedded professional development for teachers and administrators. More exposure and the sharing of benefits will broaden the understanding at the district level and increase participation.
We are using teaching channel as a resource for our 9th grade team.
We are planning on using Tch for reviewing Rounds.
Our campus is using it add to our discussions during Team/Content meetings and to enhance the Instructional Rounds feedback. ~Rosalie
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