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…

Principal Discusses Best Practice of How She Is Taking Intervisitation Digital (NASSP)

Intervisitation is the practice of allowing teachers to learn from observing their peers. Amanda Huza, principal at Equality Charter Schools in the Bronx, discusses how her middle-level school uses a digital video platform to orchestrate intervisitation. She notes how her school has found a way to innovate this practice—all while eliminating the time constraints teachers…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – August 2019

Colored pencils, dry erase markers, tissues… here are a few more things to add to your back-to-school (reading) list if you’re someone who supports teacher professional learning. When struggling as a teacher, it’s tempting to hide in your room. However, helpful solutions may be right down the hall. Don’t feel alone, there are many common…

Resources for Teachers & Instructional Coaches – July 2019

The school year is on the horizon. Here are a few articles to get you excited for the new academic year! Microcredentials can help teachers to show off skills and expertise Microcredentials allow teachers to work to prove mastery of single competencies and then share their knowledge with their colleagues. The teacher-training microcredential trend allows educators to specialize…