Can I feature copyrighted instructional material (i.e., sheet music, photocopies of books, art pieces) in my video evidence when submitting the Lesson Reflection?

Yes, if a candidate has legal copies of copyrighted material to use in his or her class, then including it in a RESA submission does not violate copyright laws because it is considered “fair use.” The fair use doctrine allows for duplication of these materials for the purposes of non-profit educational use, such as the RESA.