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Shadowing Students: 6 Suggestions for Best Practice

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Have you ever thought of what a school day might be like from your students' perspective? If you were able to see through their eyes, would it change how you teach or cause you to rethink certain guidelines or policies? Consider student shadowing - an excellent professional learning practice for all educators. In student shadowing, teachers and administrators gain valuable insight as they follow students and go class to class doing all the activities and assignments that those students are required to do. Join Jonathan Martin, who has shadowed students at dozens of schools, as he provides suggestions for how you can make the most of this eye-opening experience. In addition, he will explores why this is a valuable practice and shares what he and others have learned from their experiences. **February 29 through March 4 has been designated by School Retool and Stanford Design School as the week administrators everywhere are encouraged to commit to shadowing a student for a school-day.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Other
Last aired on: Tuesday, March 1, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Communication & Collaboration, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: administrator resources, best practices, professional learning practices, student shadowing

Reviews (17)

nice work
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Excellent presentation.
Thank you for the suggestions.
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Great info. Thanks!
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What a fabulous idea. Thank you for all of this!
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Great webinar.
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Very helpful webinar.
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Shadows and teachers will benefit from the information shared in this webinar!
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