Webinar: Charlotte Danielson to Share Ideas on Using Video-based Reflection to Elevate Instructional Practice
Free Teachscape Webinar with Danielson and Teachscape Founder Mark Atkinson on March 14, 2012
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Charlotte Danielson, author of the Framework for Teaching, and Mark Atkinson, founder and chief strategist of Teachscape, will hold a free webinar focusing on video-enhanced reflection to help teachers improve their practice. The webinar, "Use Video-Based Reflection to Elevate Instructional Practice," will take place on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 11 am PT/2 pm ET. To register for the webinar, go to: https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/138057018.
Danielson will discuss the importance of professional development and ongoing learning for teachers centered around the power of reflection. Atkinson will demonstrate how video-based professional learning supports and enhances reflective practice for greater impact on teaching effectiveness.
This webinar will cover how video can stimulate reflective dialogue among teachers, enable quick and effective modification and elevation of instructional practice and provide exemplars of particular instructional strategies.
All webinar registrants will have a chance to win a Teachscape Reflect Mini Camera Kit with an iPod.
To learn more about Teachscape and its complete collection of professional development offerings, visit www.teachscape.com.
Teachscape uniquely combines innovative technology, engaging content and expert services to develop great teachers. From its Classroom Walkthrough technology, to its powerful web-based content delivery platform, to its online masters programs, Teachscape's award-winning products and services have been inspired by its dedication to sparking transformative change in teaching practice. Since 1999, Teachscape has worked with schools and school districts, charter networks, archdioceses, universities and state education departments to measurably and continuously improve the effectiveness of teachers and instructional leaders to produce gains in student achievement. Teachscape's partners include Charlotte Danielson, ETS, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Stanford University, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and Kogeto to help shape its vision, its products, and its strategies. To learn more about Teachscape and its complete collection of professional development offerings, go to http://www.teachscape.com.