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 last question. A big thanks to Bob Woodward, because her answer was the highlight of our interview.

“Another value of utilizing video observation,” said Dr. Loleta Sartin, “is teaching equity in the classroom.”

A New Use Case for Video Observation

As soon as Dr. Sartin shared this, I realized all the amazing possibilities. It seems like a straightforward idea, but as an employee at a video observation software company, I’ve heard a lot of the use cases for video observation. And after hearing all those use cases, I can tell you that using video observation for teaching equity in the classroom is an exciting idea. 

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