3 Ways To Sharpen Teaching Methods Using Video

In a teaching methods course, you cover a lot of material. With so much to go over, it can be difficult to squeeze in enough […]

6 Video Assessments in Teacher Ed Courses for a Post-COVID Campus

Dr Debra Lively, Director for the Office of Clinical Experiences, Saginaw Valley State University While a lot of teacher prep programs started using video more […]

What Teacher Prep Programs Can Learn About Equity From Teaching in the Least Diverse State in the U.S.

How do you prepare teacher candidates to address issues of equity when they’re learning to teach in Maine—the least diverse state in the U.S.?  "Especially […]

GoReact Partners with AACTE to Expand Access to Video Assessment for Teacher Education Programs

Collaboration benefits AACTE member institutions with complimentary access to GoReact’s platform through July and discounted access thereafter. SALT LAKE CITY – February 24, 2021 – GoReact […]

Teaching Equity in the Classroom with Video Observation

“Is there something you wanted me to ask or to discuss?” I asked Dr. Loleta Sartin. My recent Master Class with Bob Woodward inspired this […]

Customer Stories: Taking Clinical Teaching Observations Digital

Author: Jenna Menke, Ph.D. Candidate, Mathematics Education, University of Georgia When the coronavirus pandemic struck in March 2020, our secondary mathematics teacher candidates at the […]

This Isn’t Your Typical Online Learning Article

Are you sick of reading online learning articles? (Confession: I’m virtually raising my hand.) So why bother reading another? Well, this isn’t your typical article […]

A Quick Chat with AAQEP President and CEO, Mark LaCelle-Peterson

How do you say AAQEP? Well, to literally make “a-quip,” that’s exactly how you say it.  Teacher ed professionals began hearing and using the acronym […]

Hard-Earned Recognition for the Pre-K Classroom with Tabatha Rosproy

It’s no secret that in the United States, early childhood education receives far less government funding and public attention than K-12. So today we’re interviewing […]

Informing Your Teaching Practice With Dr. Grenot-Scheyer

Nearly eight percent of the nation’s teachers graduate from California State University. Eight percent. That places a lot of responsibility and influence on today’s guest, […]

Building the Best STEM Educators with Dr. Anni Reinking

Introduction STEM—science, technology, engineering, and math. Elementary teachers have the responsibility to incorporate a STEM curriculum into their classrooms, but integration can be difficult.  For […]

Advocating for Special Education Programs, Teachers, and Students with Dr. Jane West [Podcast]

Introduction In the last decade, there’s been a 17% decrease in special education programs. I discussed this unsettling statistic—and other pressing issues facing special education—with […]

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