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Our guess is that you are here because you are a passionate teacher who seeks feedback and knowledge at every opportunity.

You have come to the right place!

Feed the Teacher is a platform for teachers to communicate, collaborate, obtain feedback on lessons, and to read the latest opinions on education from experienced teachers.

First, register on our site to participate in our education forum. To receive feedback on your lesson, click the Observation Station link. You must be a registered user to post to the forum page and to receive feedback. Click the Register link under Login to become a registered user for free.

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Observation Station

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By uploading a video of your lesson, we are able to carefully study student engagement, demonstration of learning, classroom culture, and content ownership. We will deliver high quality, unbiased, and timely feedback so that you can continue to make the world a better place. Whether it is a recommendation for changing your seating arrangement or increasing the checks for understanding in your lesson, we can help you to maximize the results from your efforts.

Let’s get started in one easy step!

Fill out the form and  upload your video. Don’t worry, the only person who will see your video is the observer.  Please use handbrake to web optimize your video.

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About

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What is Feedtheteacher.org?

At Feed the Teacher, we believe that transforming education begins with teachers who are at the forefront of the battle to educate well-rounded children and young adults.

How does Feedtheteacher.org contribute?

It is our mission to make communication and collaboration between teachers much easier by providing an education blog from experienced teachers and a  forum for teachers to discuss educational topics. Our Observation station allows teachers to receive high quality feedback after submitting a short video of a lesson. By providing high quality, unbiased feedback, we can make sure that every student and scholar is being taught by a highly effective teacher. After all, every student deserves a highly effective teacher.

How do I get started?

Click the Register link under the Login tab to become a registered user for free. Our registered users will be able to post new topics to the forum and receive feedback at our Observation Station.

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Education Blog

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By FeedtheTeacher With refugees at the border as the headline of many news stories and articles, we thought that it is only fitting that we remind teachers how we can better serve refugee families in our classrooms. Every teacher has ...
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My Proposed Assessment System

By Reuben Benzel As a teacher, one of my central philosophies in each course that I teach it to tell my students what exactly they need to do to be successful in my course. I tell my students that I ...
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Solving Guns in Schools: Thoughts from a Real Educator

By Ruth Fritch I don’t know the answer, but in my 38 years of teaching over 1200, mostly third graders, I do know this. I met many educators who are dedicated to a better future for our children. Not just ...
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What is it worth?

By Feed the Teacher Team Often enough, teachers will lose their students because the students do not understand the impact that the content will have on their lives. As well, students may not be able to relate to the content ...
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Join the Steve Spangler Science Club

Join the Steve Spangler Science Club

Our guess is that you are here because you are a passionate teacher who seeks feedback and knowledge at every opportunity.

You have come to the right place!

Feed the Teacher is a platform for teachers to communicate, collaborate, obtain feedback on lessons, and to read the latest opinions on education from experienced teachers.

First, register on our site to participate in our education forum. To receive feedback on your lesson, click the Observation Station link. You must be a registered user to post to the forum page and to receive feedback. Click the Register link under Login to become a registered user for free.

Receive Updates on our Blog, Observation Station, and Forum