What If Your Co-Teacher is a Computer?
Adam Watson Edtech Elixirs
OCTOBER 15, 2022
The staff fully recognized the need to provide the students with a richer learning environment than simply watching videos that led to multiple choice quizzes and eventual unit tests. For example, "One Teach, One Observe" could be a powerful approach if the observing teacher was capturing learning evidence and taking detailed notes of student moves, rich data that is analyzed by both teachers later. Alignment to academic standards is usually more prominent and obvious.