This talk from Alan November got me thinking further to a post that I wrote called: Avoiding “Just Google it!” with your students. One
In another post, I presented a case why teachers should seek feedback from their students. In deciding to seek feedback from students, it is important
The use of video is an excellent way to support teacher coaching and improvement. In John Hattie’s meta analysis of factors influencing effective teaching, micro
In order to have teachers and leaders spend quality discussion time that centers on improving student learning, a number of pre-conditions have to be met.
Schools give plenty of thought to the professional learning and development that they wish to provide for their staff. Discussions center on the learning that