Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – March 2020

This is an unprecedented period as more and more schools are beginning to close down.  However, educators are still trying to find ways to either engage with their students or at least, continue to develop professionally. Here are some useful resources and articles for educators to consume during this time.  Helpful tips for K-12 teachers…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – February 2020

Valentine’s Day may have just passed, but we pulled together some professional development resources for instructional coaches and teachers that you can (maybe?) love.  Focusing research questions allows teachers to design their own learning experiences Action research is a model for PD that can empower teachers to set and carry out research questions in their…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – January 2020

Start off the new year with these recommended reads for teachers and instructional coaches. Professional learning communities increase innovation, student outcomes PLC’s help teachers to determine a common language for learning and assessments. They also provide a conducive space for innovation as teachers in PLC’s will try out new strategies. Ultimately, effective PLC’s will embrace…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – November 2019

Gobble up these recommended reads for teachers and instructional coaches during this holiday break. Here are a few articles for educators about professional development. Stuffed full of knowledge? Don’t consume more, consume better Your Curiosity Quotient is your ability and motivation to learn and make sense of the world around you in a new and…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – October 2019

  It’s October, and that means it is time for us to suggest some recommended reads for teachers and instructional coaches that lead to less haunted and spooky times in the classroom. Here are a few articles for educators about professional development. It’s no trick! Research says a hybrid model of using district and school-based…