This study examined one promising strategy for individualized coaching: professional coaches—rather than district or school staff—providing feedback to teachers based on videos of their instruction.
Related Publications for Steven Malick
Study of Teacher Coaching Based on Classroom Videos: Impacts on Student Achievement and Teachers’ PracticesJun 06, 2022
Hidden Helpers at the Frontlines of Caregiving: Supporting the Healthy Development of Children from Military and Veteran Caregiving HomesNov 10, 2021
This study examines the impact of caregiving on children growing up in military caregiving homes to help address the national challenge of providing effective support to caregivers of all ages and backgrounds.
Teacher Turnover and Access to Effective Teachers in the School District of PhiladelphiaSep 16, 2020
A new REL Mid-Atlantic report examines access to effective teachers, factors related to teacher turnover, and the role of turnover in the equitable distribution of effective teachers in the School District of Philadelphia.
Teacher Turnover and Access to Effective Teachers in the School District of Philadelphia, AppendixesSep 16, 2020
These appendixes describes the methods and supporting analysis used in the study.
Teacher Turnover and Access to Effective Teachers in the School District of Philadelphia, Study SnapshotSep 16, 2020
This study focused on School District of Philadelphia teachers who taught kindergarten–grade 12 in school years 2010/11 through 2016/17.
From Innovation to Dissemination: Blueprint for Building Partnerships to Share Educator Development StrategiesSep 25, 2019
This blueprint describes an approach to building organizational partnerships that support and strengthen educator development.
Assessing the Research on Home Visiting Program Models Implemented in Tribal Communities, Part 1: Evidence of EffectivenessAug 30, 2017
The evidence base on home visiting in tribal communities is fairly small.