Using Numbers for Teacher Reflection

Obviously, teachers can't be everywhere at once to see or hear ALL of the amazing things happening in their classrooms. But when I am in their rooms, Numbers is my favorite tool for curating evidence and capturing moments to share with them. Being able to create one space in which I can write notes, add links to helpful resources, insert pictures and videos, and record audio to capture student conversations are the main reasons Numbers is my go-to tool! Plus, it helps me organize points of our own teacher-coach conversations for reference and reflection. #weareLCP

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Posted on February 06, 2023

I would love to see what you created! Some content is missing from your post.

Posted on February 06, 2023

The YouTube video I attached shows a few examples of what I've done this year!

Posted on February 18, 2023

Love that you shared a video to illustrate what this process looks like! What a powerful way for you to document and celebrate learning alongside the teachers with whom you work.

I agree that Freeform offers new possibilities in this work, but I do love the way you can use the tabs in Numbers to organize your thinking and notes.

Thanks for sharing your workflow with us!

Posted on February 27, 2023

This is great! Thanks for sharing! What an awesome use of Numbers, the essentially endless whiteboard is a great feature, but the way you have layered in so much valuable information amplifies it even more! Using Numbers in this capacity for coaching conversations is brilliant.

Posted on March 12, 2023

Excellent video and thank you for sharing this with the group. It gives me ideas on how to provide better feedback to the teachers. I especially iked how you provided video and audio examples for the teachers to reflect on.

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