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Instructional Coaching and Video

Donna Spangler

This course provided 9 different ways to use video as an instructional coach, and access to lots of resources. I'm using this course with other coaches in my...

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This course provided 9 different ways to use video as an instructional coach, and access to lots of resources. I'm using this course with other coaches in my district to get them to think of ways to implement Sibme in their coaching roles.

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Course curriculum

  • 1

    Welcome to the course!

    • A message from your instructor

    • How to use this course

    • Before we begin...

  • 2

    Theoretical Overview

    • Coaching...Not Just for Athletes and Musicians

    • Research in Instructional Coaching: 4 Methods

    • Bringing it all Together

    • Reflect and Respond

  • 3

    Why Video for Instructional Coaching

    • Video for Reflection

    • Video as Models

    • Video for Data Collection

    • A Case for Virtual Coaching

    • Critical Components For Using Video Effectively In Coaching

    • Reflect and Respond

  • 4

    Recommended Activities for Video-Enhanced Instructional Coaching

    • Activity: Record a Baseline Video

    • Activity: Use Low-Stakes Videos

    • Activity- Sibme Mission Classroom 360

    • Activity: Engage Teachers with Their Current Instructional Practices

    • Activity-Sibme Mission: Eyes On Me

    • Activity: Setting Goals for Future Practice

    • Activity: Code and Count the Evidence

    • Activity: Use Videos for Models

    • Activity: Curate Annotated Videos

  • 5

    Next Steps...

    • Congrats! Here's what's next...

    • More resources for you

    • References and Further Readings

    • Before you go...


Sibme Virtual Coach and Content Writer

Angela Rowe M. ED.

Since leaving the classroom, Angela has worked as an Instructional Coach for a K-5 elementary school. She specializes in helping new and veteran teachers with classroom management, instructional strategies, and content knowledge. She is her school’s Response to Intervention (RTI) coordinator and works directly with her school’s Special Education department. Angela is also an Early Literacy reading coach with the Tennessee Department of Education. Angela earned her Elementary Education K-6 undergraduate degree from Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee. She also earned her Administration License and Master’s of Educational Leadership degree from Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee.

Sibme's Director of Professional Learning and Content Writer

Cory Camp, M. ED.

Cory is an educator passionate about transforming education at all levels. As a teacher, Cory worked in inclusive and special education settings; finding purpose in advocating for struggling learners and supporting fellow teachers to meet the needs of ALL learners. It was over 11 years ago, while in the classroom, that Cory discovered the power of video for self-reflection and describes that first video as the pivotal moment in her career. Since leaving the classroom to work at district and regional levels, she continued to use video to support teachers, PLCs, and instructional leaders at all levels to design and implement blended and video-enhanced professional learning. Cory's passion lies in helping educators create authentic and empowering learning experiences. She specializes in supporting the implementation of video in K-12 campuses, districts, and regional service centers.