In an attempt to address the research to practice gap, the authors developed and evaluated a process for creating and applying video models of effective practices for teacher education. The purpose of the project was to develop an effective process for creating video models of exemplary instructional practices in reading, math, and science. The project was a collaborative endeavor across three Florida university sites. Video models of strategies were field tested with preservice and practicing teachers working with diverse student populations. The authors present field-test data that demonstrate the influence of video modeling on teacher learning.