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Michael Neall, Ph.D. Michael Neall is a Professional Development Specialist in the Office of Professional Learning in Prince William County Schools and an Agency Trainer of Cognitive Coaching SM for Thinking Collaborative. A National Board Certified elementary teacher, special educator, and former Instructional Consultation Team facilitator, Dr. Neall co- coordinates the PWCS mentoring program and provides coaching support to educators. He can be reached at neallmt@pwcs.edu Amie Weinberg, Ph.D. Amie Weinberg, Ph.D. is a Professional Development Specialist in the Office of Professional Learning in Prince William County Schools. Dr. Weinberg has been an elementary educator for more than 15 years and in addition to supervising intern teachers, has also taught courses in technology integration, differentiation, and foundations of education courses at several universities. Dr. Weinberg co- coordinates the PWCS mentoring program. weinbeax@pwcs.edu Donna B. Wilder, M.A. Donna B. Wilder is the Administrative Coordinator in the Office of Professional Learning in Prince William County Public Schools. Following a 32-year career as a classroom teacher in grades K-12, she was the Professional Development Specialist for Secondary Mathematics. She has provided professional learning at local, state, national and international levels. She can be reached at wilderd@pwcs.edu Using Video Feedback During Coaching: Supporting Novice Educators Assisting novice educators as they transition from student interns to professionals is a complex task requiring a multi-faceted support system. Incorporating video feedback into a systematic coaching process enables educators to reflect on instructional practices and make connections between teaching and student learning. Qualitative data suggest that using non-evaluative video feedback increases feelings of support and trust between the coach and coachee. Critical insights and additional avenues of exploration are discussed. vaascd.org Virginia Educational Leadership Vol. 12 2015 88

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