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Knowing what works with classroom instruction gives our beginning teachers, and the school leaders who mentor and coach them, a tremendous advantage in securing positive student outcomes. It is a foundational support for student learning and growth. And yet, we often hear the same concerns: “We have spent an incredible amount of time on professional development and coaching, year after year, and not much has changed.” It does not have to be that way.
Join us as our experienced expert panel explores the critical roles of early professional learning and instructional improvement in returning positive student growth. Included in the discussion is a targeted approach to professional learning, how to engage our teachers, ways to make sure the professional learning transfers, how we “talk about” our progress and opportunities, the role of leaders in paving the way, and the best strategies for creating the domino effect and cascading growth schoolwide.
This edWeb podcast is of interest to K-12 school and district leaders and librarians and is part of the Leading by Design: 6 Initiatives You Can’t Afford to Get Wrong district leadership series where you learn from leaders who are pulling together the elements of successful schooling.
Monitor progress against the research of what works in schools.
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