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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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Forward Thinking Leadership: Learning for a Professional Lifetime

Alejandro is in his second year as a principal in a high-needs school. He's been to many trainings that focus on continuous improvement, but even[...]
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The Power of Data: Instructional Strategies to Help You Create a Data-Driven Classroom

Teachers have become experts at collecting data, both formative and summative, in the classroom. Data alone, though, is just a set of numbers,[...]
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BetterLesson sustaining success among teachers at Groton Elementary

Teaching is a career that is universally praised and seen as virtuous, but often, people don’t realize the rigors and difficulties attached to the[...]
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Three Reasons Why Instructional Coaching Is More Effective Than Any Other PD

If you are an administrator deciding what professional development will most effectively build your teachers’ instructional capacity, you know that[...]
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