My coach and I used a video of a lesson to help my professional learning in two ways. First, was for my own professional growth. I wanted to see how much "talking" I was doing. My coach scripted my lesson and I used my script and the video to work on getting better at the workshop model. Second, was to help me with my students and to help my students with their speaking and listening growth goals. After the lesson, I watched the video not only to see myself but also to see how my students were answering the questions. I think that this kind of professional learning would be invaluable. If I had clips of "real footage" - teachers teaching, students learning, etc., how powerful that tool would be. I could see us doing this and then analyzing just a small clip during data team or our professional learning communities. I know that just from analyzing that one video, I learned so much about myself and my students, way more than sitting and listening to someone speak about the workshop model.