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Master scored videos deepen understanding of the Framework for Teaching

A common understanding of what different levels of teaching look like requires not just knowledge of the rubric but specific, evidence-based examples of teaching practice at each level.

Managing Evaluations with Reflect 2015

With an intuitive design, greater flexibility, and new features, Reflect 2015 provides educators a powerful yet simple system to manage all aspects of their evaluation systems.

Focusing on High-Quality Instruction in Pre-K Classrooms

Effective instructional Leaders understand the importance of Early Childhood Education.

Flipping the Classroom to Support Professional Growth

Teacher candidates at Gardner-Webb University report higher engagement and overall satisfaction in their flipped classrooms.

Beyond Compliance

How communities of practice co-construct evaluations to promote professional learning.

5 Ways Video Can Transform Classroom Instruction

Educators often look at a new technology and wonder how it will support ongoing improvement in teaching practice. Will it be cost effective and easy to use?

Making the Most of Field Experiences with Video

Teacher candidates receive targeted feedback on their fieldwork, practice self-reflection, and become lifelong learners with Teachscape video solutions.

Understanding Special Needs Children in Pre-K

Teachscape’s Early Childhood Series provides information about special needs children and the kinds of teaching strategies that help them in pre-K classrooms.

The Value of Mentoring Pre-K Educators

Mentoring can produce large and meaningful effects on teachers’ instructional practice. Hear how it also has a real and lasting impact on the teachers themselves.

Using Video for Teacher Development

Video can facilitate each key part of the process by helping teachers review lesson structures, collaborate, and build relevant skills.

5 Ways to Build a Comprehensive Evaluation System

Instructional leaders today are expected to do more than ever: conduct more observations, debrief with teachers, and develop personalized growth plans.