May 30, 2014
-- As a student of all things education I've recently been exploring a topic that most educators whether teachers or administrators are concerned about in respect to teacher observations. In the current educational climate teacher observations now impact employment more than ever. The common theory expressed is that administrators don't devote enough time to teacher observations and that self-reflection needs to be the emphasis.
I've spoken to a number of individuals within academia and in doing my own research there seems to be an availability of recording observations in order to have self-reflection and review after the fact.
As a result I decided to conduct research on How Google Glass Can Impact Teacher Evaluations. I'm still in the collection of data process, as we need administrators and/or supervisors who conduct teacher observations to answer our survey questions. At this time there are only a limited number of responses. More are needed.
So if you fit into the category of administrator and/or supervisor who conducts teacher observations please visit http://mrm85.com/mindofmarino/can-google-glass-help-teach...
for more information on how to get to our surveys.