Video makes inroads in teacher evaluations, training

Video is increasingly being used in the classroom to evaluate teachers and for professional development -- allowing educators to view and learn from their colleagues' lessons. "They have to have dialogue," said Indiana State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz. "I sense some administrators may not want to have the dialogue. The dialogue is the most important piece of evaluation when you're having that conversation about instruction and about the students," she said.

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