Friday, April 12 • 8:45am - 9:45am
Empowered by What You See: Transforming Teachers with Video-Reflective Practices

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Administrators and coaches consistently look for innovative ways to enhance professional learning for teachers.  Did you know that it only takes a few minutes of video footage to capture a wealth of visual and auditory information related to classroom instruction and climate?  The question is, ‘What should you be looking at’? This session provides research based information to help cultivate reflective teachers by teaching them how to distinguishing between details and evidence.  Additionally, this session provides essential tools in coaching teachers as they learn to watch personal teaching segments with purpose, and learn to prioritize and analyze evidence in efforts to promote self-directed change to instruction and delivery style.

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Kasey Hutchinson

Instructional Technology Specialist, Newton County Schools
Dr. Kasey Clements-Hutchinson is an Instructional Technology Specialist for Newton County Schools. Dr. Hutchinson has worked extensively with Title I Schools for 21 years holding various roles including classroom teacher, instructional coach, and technology specialist. She is passionate... Read More →
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Adam Phyall

Director of Technology and Media Services, Newton County School System
Adam Phyall is a former high school science teacher and current technical data facilitator for Newton County Schools in Covington, GA. Ever since he got his iBook Blueberry in college, he has been hooked on the amazing things that technology can add to education. Dr. Phyall began... Read More →

Friday April 12, 2019 8:45am - 9:45am
Sierra Suite Hilton Universal

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