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How might we enrich video with other resources or experiences so that it better supports your practice?

In Stage 1, we heard that watching a video by itself isn’t often helpful.

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Damian Rentoule

Le Jardin Academy, Oahu

Teacher as journalist

The most powerful professional development is the sharing of good teaching practice and those enjoyable learning experiences. Have a phone with you at all times. Video your students. Interview them - constantly. Categorize and share. Tell the learning stories. I have been experimenting with interview playlists over the last couple of years as a principal. It is fast and free. I would like to see teachers building playlists highlighting their successes. That would be something. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL_1mVc7UaYgiTU8eB5FaW5JBvoRoEEpE0


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3 Years Ago

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Brandy P Community Guide

LA Urban Teacher Residency

Hi Damian--Documenting and being able to share (and revisit!) our successes is integral to staying inspired. What, if anything, would define a "shareable" moment? I ask because "good teaching practice"--depending on the school and setting--often varies considerably. How would resources be vetted? How would the resources be categories?

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