We know that good teaching is good teaching. However, sometimes it is difficult to determine how to transfer that good teaching into our own practice, especially in special education or certain specialty areas. I may read about or watch a video of a teacher modeling a technique but may be unsure how I would apply that technique to my instruction. One time I spent a day facilitating discussions about how the Common Core would impact instructional practices for teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing. Throughout the discussion, teachers kept wanting to see things in action. So that afternoon I went home and searched through my collection of videos I recorded for self-analysis and brought them in the next day for the group to watch, analyze and discuss. Even though it wasn't a perfect video, teachers felt more comfortable after seeing my strategies in action. As we are moving to increase teacher effectiveness and, ultimately, student outcomes, videos demonstrating best practice are key to professional learning.