Choosing Your Path to Education Leadership

    The need for effective teacher leaders is ongoing and urgent in K-12 schools. Each teacher lends their expertise and talent to the overall welfare of[...]
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    Leading A Professional Learning Community

    A strong, collaborative school culture results in powerful ideas and solutions. When teachers and leaders come together to support student growth[...]
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    Using a Strategy Showcase to Create a Collaborative Teacher Community

    When our school launched instructional coaching through BetterLesson last year, we started with about 20 teachers including educators in their first[...]
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    5 Reasons Why Your Best New Teachers Are Leaving (and How to Help Them)

    Teachers (and leaders!) have faced more over the past few years than ever before. Recurring changes to modes of instruction, rising academic[...]
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    A Coach’s Favorite Strategies for Math Retention

    As educators, many of us have felt the frustration of having taught a math unit only to discover that as weeks or months go by students have lost the[...]
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    The Value Instructional Coaching Brings to Self-Guided Learning

    While the revolution of self-directed learning has been brewing for a while, the last few years have given many people more time and an increased[...]
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    Making PLCs Work For Your School, Part 1: What is a PLC?

    How do education systems foster continuous growth when there are so many differing roles and specializations of key players who are part of a[...]
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    Keep Talking: Making Math Conversations Central to Your Student-Centered Classroom

    Being a math teacher is hard. Many students will quickly tell you that math is their least favorite subject. Classes are often large and filled with[...]
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    Closing Learning Gaps Through Trauma-Informed Teaching

    As educators and leaders, we have a lot on our plates and closing learning gaps can feel like an overwhelmingly large task, especially part way[...]
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    Try-Measure-Learn: The Coaching Process in Action

    In my work as a coach, I have the privilege of working with teachers at all stages of their career and at all levels of practice. While I am of the[...]
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