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Coaching Teachers on Remote or Hybrid Learning: 5 Lessons Learned

As a secondary school special education and math teacher, my favorite moments were when I watched students look at a math problem, select a strategy,[...]
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BetterLesson Selected as High Quality PD Provider to Support Curriculum Adoption

Research indicates that curriculum matters, and that using high quality instructional materials can have a significant impact on student success.
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3 Ways Coaching Helps Change Habits

For many people, the beginning of a new year marks a time for setting new goals and resolutions. We joke about gyms being packed for a few weeks and[...]
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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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7 Strategies for Building Gratitude in Your Classroom

With childhood depression and anxiety on the rise, many schools and districts are looking to social emotional learning practices to help. A growing[...]
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Virtual Coaching: Three Factors to Consider When Engaging Adult Learners in Professional Development

Whether you’re an administrator, teacher leader, or practicing educator, you've likely done it. Done what? If you've participated in a professional[...]
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Empowering and Supporting Teachers as Adult Learners

How do we create a culture in our schools where adults see themselves as learners?
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The Breakout Box Phenomenon- Will This New Teaching Tool and Strategy Benefit My Classroom?

Introduction Over the course of this school year, Ann has been working with her BetterLesson instructional coach, Romain Bertrand, on shifting to a[...]
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What Do You Mean When You Say "Those Kids Don't Want to Learn"?

Anyone who has spent time around young children knows how curious and wonder-filled they are. When my son was five, we'd drive around and he would[...]
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