Teacher Education

Easy Steps to Adopt GoReact in Your Teacher Prep Program

A webinar featuring Rick Stewart from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

How easy is GoReact to set up and use?

That’s the question Rick Stewart will answer as he shares his experience helping professors and supervisors implement GoReact in their teacher prep programs. He’ll show you the best ways to get started with video assessment, no matter how technologically savvy your faculty is or what they’re assessing.

In this free recorded webinar, you’ll learn:

  • Strategies to convert field supervisors—with little to no technology experience—to GoReact
  • How to integrate and scale GoReact for student teaching and field experience
  • How instructors set up and use GoReact in different ways

About Rick Stewart

Rick Stewart has taught in a wide variety of K-16 settings since 1983 with an emphasis on middle school level teaching. For the last eight years he has served as academic staff in the role of Professional Development & Outreach Coordinator for the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. Rick works closely with the Office of Field Placement and their clinical students in area school districts. His job also includes the duties of edTPA Coordinator. Rick and the UW-L faculty use GoReact as an assessment tool for teacher candidates.