Guide | Coaching the Coach: Why Education Leaders Need Coaches Too

    This guide examines how leader coaching will amplify positive outcomes across schools and entire districts.
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    Planning for Next Year: A Principal's Advice for Leading in a Pandemic

    No one knows for sure what next year will bring - whether students will be in the classroom, online, or a hybrid of the two - but we know we need to[...]
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    Starting Fresh: Implementing a New Curriculum

    Take a deep dive into curriculum implementation and a library of strategies and tools to help you prepare.
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    Building Social Emotional Learning into your Classroom

    In the last 10 years, research has increasingly confirmed what many teachers have always known: that students’ non-cognitive skills—such as their[...]
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    Looking Back to Better Look Ahead: The PRO Co-Reflective Protocol

    If you are an instructional coach or school-based administrator, have you wanted to pause and reflect with the teachers you support at this time of[...]
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    The Support that Keeps Rural Teachers in the Classroom

    Retaining highly effective teachers is both a challenge and a goal for rural school and district leaders. Research points to one key factor that[...]
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    Using Experimentation to Engage Students in the Goal Setting and Reflection Process

    Lessons that incorporate experimentation and student choice can transform the learning experience for students. In these lessons students grapple[...]
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    How Coaching Helped Me Make My Math and Science Classes More Student-Centered

    Juan Lara, a math and science teacher with five years of experience, was part of the first cohort of Kansas City teachers in 2017-18 and again in[...]
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    Vocabulary Strategies to Promote Student Growth with English Language Development

    Blank faces stare back at me as I read the prompt “Tell your partner something you might find in a garage.” After a few quiet moments, a student[...]
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    How to Create a Classroom Focused on Student-Centered Assessment and Feedback

    Do you want to provide students with opportunities to identify their strengths and weaknesses through self-assessments?
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