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Campbell Buie

Campbell joined Teachstone in 2014. She is enjoying learning the nuances of the CLASS tool and contributing to the efforts of the Video team. Campbell holds an MA from the University of Virginia and a BA from New College of Florida, both in Sociology. Her previous forays into the world of Education include working as a Teaching Assistant for undergraduate Sociology courses, tutoring UVA student-athletes, and writing an undergraduate thesis exploring the role of educational philosophy in parent school choice. Outside the office, you can find Campbell exploring the natural beauty of Central Virginia, listening to live music at one of Charlottesville’s many venues, or reading in the hammock in her backyard.

Favorite teachers:

Janet Hall, Theory of Knowledge, 10th grade & British Literature, 12th grade

Tess Durant, Biology, 9th and 12th grades

Recent Posts

A Glimpse Into Video Diversity at Teachstone

15 Feb 2017

As the Content Asset Manager at Teachstone, I spent most of my time managing our classroom videos. So when I talk to CLASS users in the field, I am frequently asked about the amount of racial, ethnic, and regional diversity in our video collections. When I respond, I usually begin by explaining that creating products that reflect the diversity of classrooms and communities across the country is a core value for Teachstone. 

Topics: Research, Data, Products and Trainings Read More

Everything You Wanted to Know about Teachstone's Classroom Videos

16 Aug 2016
Classroom video is at the heart of Teachstone’s products. We certify observers by asking them to reliably code video segments. Our Video Libraries, myTeachstone video resources, and interactive courses use authentic classroom moments to model exemplary CLASS practices and support teacher professional development. Since we are constantly adding new resources to myTeachstone and creating new videos for our six reliability tests, we have consistent need to collect new classroom footage. Topics: Products and Trainings, CLASS FAQs Read More

Coding Video vs. Coding a Classroom

18 Aug 2015

As Teachstone’s Production Specialist, I watch a lot of classroom videos to select coding segments for Teachstone’s reliability testing, calibrations, and training materials. It’s rare for me to have the opportunity to do live observation in classrooms, but recently I spent time observing classrooms and thought about the differences between the live- and video-coding experience.

Topics: Observation Training Read More

Unique Aspects of Secondary Observation Training

15 Jul 2015

As the Production Specialist on Teachstone’s Content Innovation Team, one of my job responsibilities is to decide how we use the classroom footage we film throughout the country in our online programs and observer certification testing. I’ve been certified on Infant, Toddler, and Pre-K for awhile, since most of Teachstone’s current products are aimed at birth-to-five users.

Topics: Secondary, Events Read More

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