Comments about 4/7/19 Poll - Bug in Ear coaching

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?

Answer Respondent
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 sense. jnichols@vpaonline.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

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