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Mardell Quiroz

Having the ability to observe myself when I did student teaching with the use of videos would have been extremely helpful.

Having the ability to observe myself when I did student teaching with the use of videos would have been extremely helpful.

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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

    • Bridging Theory and Practice

    • A Critical Alignment

    • The Importance of Collaboration

    • Reflection and Refinement

  • 3

    Why Video for Student Teaching

    • Bridging the Gap and Increasing Noticing

    • Fruitful Discussion and More Meaningful Feedback

    • Alleviating Barriers

    • Supporting Growth Mindset

    • The Bottom Line

  • 4

    What does video look like in Student Teaching

    • Using Video in Student Teaching

    • Activity: Create a Library

    • Activity: Watch Exemplars of Targeted Instructional Goals

    • Activity: Curate a Collection of Pre-Annotated Videos

    • Activity: Engage in Targeted Instructional Analysis

    • Activity: Get a Clear Picture

    • Activity: Learning Teams

    • Activity: Prioritize and Choose a Focus

    • Activity: Use Video as a Coaching Tool

  • 5

    Next Steps...

    • Congrats! Here's what's next...

    • More resources for you

    • References and Further Readings

    • Before you go...


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.

Sibme Virtual Coach and Content Writer

Mindy Polansky

During her twenty-eight years in education, Mindy has held several different roles enabling her to hone her craft of teaching. In addition to teaching in her own classroom, working with grades 2- 5, and working as a reading interventionist, Mindy has also been an a student teacher mentor teacher and an Instructional Support Coach, working with all content levels, prekindergarten- grade 12. In addition to teaching children and coaching adults, Mindy is a local LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) trainer.