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Aspire The Leadership Development Podcast: Craig Randall Trust-Based Observations
DisruptEducation Podcast Ep. 150: Trust-Based Observations
10 Minute Teacher Podcast: 5 Ways to Build Trust Between Principals and Teachers
Classcast Podcast Ep. 049: Craig Randall - Improving Education by Improving Teacher Evaluations
The BeerEDU Podcast Ep. 090: Trust Based Observations with Craig Randall
Lasting Learning Podcast Ep. 157: Craig Randall Explains Why Trust is the Centerpiece of Feedback and Observations
Education on Fire Ep. 177: How to Improve Teacher Observations with Craig Randall
The Teaching Space Podcast: Trust-Based Lesson Observations An Interview With Craig Randall
Trust Based Observations with Craig Randall Transformative Principal 386
Teacher Better Talk: 240: Craig Randall chats with us about his experiences as a counselor, coach, teacher and principal, which eventually led him to develop and write his book, Trust-Based Observations
The Principal Leadership Lab Podcast: Episode 36 – Craig Randall – Trust Me On This
Lesson Impossible: Agent Craig Randall (Leadership Series: Trust-Based Observations)
The Dr. Will Show: Craig Randall (@TrustbasedCraig) - Author Talks: Trust-Based Observations
The Counter Narrative Podcast: Season 2, Episode 19: Interview with Craig Randall
The Staff Room Podcast: BONUS EPISODE #3: Author Talks with Craig Randall "Trust Based Observations"
Edumagic: Observation with trust and support featuring Craig Randall
Leading International School Teams: Episode Fifteen: Trust-Based Observations
Principal Center Radio: Craig Randall—Trust-Based Observations
Planning Period Podcast Ep. 140 Craig Randall Trust-Based Observations
Leader Of Learning Podcast Episode 83: Trust-Based Observations with Craig Randall
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The teacher observation evaluation process is supposed to improve teaching and learning, but research makes it clear that it doesn’t. In fact, it creates fear, which stifles teacher innovation and risk-taking.
Trust-Based Observations changes that.