|Managing Classroom Behavior
At one of the nation's poorest districts in the Bronx, NY, a middle school English teacher used Swivl to record and analyze a student with particularly disruptive behavior. Upon the student seeing his own actions he had a greater sense of self-awareness and was able to take control of his behavior.
The traditional co-teaching model has one teacher serve as a lecturer, while the other answers student questions and provides personalized teaching. See how a sixth grade teacher in Savanah, GA was able to implement a "co-teaching model" without the help of another teacher.