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What is the biggest hurdle you foresee or have experienced using video for teacher observation and/or evaluation?
Do you think using your teachers' classroom video in observations and/or evaluations would be helpful to you in providing teachers with more meaningful and actionable feedback?
How often do educators at your school reflect together about how well a lesson that was taught worked?
Do you think teachers would be open to filming their classrooms and receiving feedback from you or other school leaders based on the videos?
Do you feel that the evaluation system in place at your school/district effectively improves instructional practices and supports teachers' growth?
Would you be open to selecting and submitting a video of your classroom instruction for use in an evaluation?
Do you think filming your instruction for use in self-reflection, informal observations, professional learning communities, etc., would help you improve your practice?
Which statement best matches your opinion of assigning homework in grades K-2?
Do you feel you currently receive meaningful and actionable feedback on your instructional practice?
How often do educators at your school analyze classroom data with each other to improve student learning?
What type of professional learning is most valuable to you as you implement new literacy/language arts standards?
Does your school or district offer opportunities for students to be involved in computer science or STEM activities outside of the traditional school day?
Which sentence best describes how computer science and/or programming skills are taught in your school or district?