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Some school districts are beginning to utilize bug-in-ear coaching tactics as a professional development tool, with a coach watching a teacher in action via live stream and making suggestions in real time to the teacher through an earpiece. Some research results are positive. Would you approve of this technique?
|I wanted to have a "maybe" choice. Maybe....if the teacher requests this learning tool. How much research has been done? What is the data behind "some"? What are the projected additional costs?||Anonymous|
|If it is all about student learning - and improving teacher practice to support student learning - then this makes perfect firstname.lastname@example.org|
|This really opens up the conversation of trust between the coach and the teacher. It is essential that there has been a relationship built before so that this process is smooth and unobtrusive to the learners in the classroom||Anonymous|
|This is a solo job. A coach is on the sideline not in the game.||Anonymous|
|Teachers need autonomy in the classroom. Maybe this is a good deal for training. Not real-time coaching.||Anonymous|
|1984, Fahrenheit 451! ENOUGH||Anonymous|