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5 Tips to Reduce Any Pre-Conference Anxiety

I know that evaluation is stressful and it’s hard not to feel like being judged. Five tips to focus your pre-conference, pre-observed lesson energies.  (continue reading)

How Can Teaching Evaluation Help Us to Define Good Teaching?

If we keep talking about what our students know and can do and what the next appropriate goal is, we can use the cycle of evaluation to help students learn.  (continue reading)

It's Not You, It's the Tool

Good news: if you feel like you’re bashing your head into a brick wall as you try to make assessment work for you, take heart. It’s not you.  (continue reading)

Take Charge of Your Teaching Evaluation: Study Guide Now Available

this study guide offers another dimension of how this book can be used throughout the evaluation cycle.  (continue reading)

With Struggling Learners, Embrace The Power of Yet

When we have a mindset that trusts that all students can grow, we can move struggling learners to a place of great joy and success.  (continue reading)

How to (Re)Integrate Your Beliefs Into Your Curriculum

What were your hopes and dreams before school started? Have they gotten buried? Let’s dust them off and bring them back!!  (continue reading)

How Principals Can Help Teachers, and Entire Schools, Build Energy

Principals can help teachers build energy, and there are many ways they can do this. Don Graves once visited a school where  (continue reading)

Supporting Struggling Learners with Patricia Vitale-Reilly

Supporting Struggling Learners with Patricia Vitale-Reilly  (continue reading)

Mindset and Understanding How The Brain Does What it Does

In A Mindset for Learning, authors Kristi and Christine show how together, students and teachers can create classrooms of risk and resilience.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Focus on the Strengths of Your ELs

How can we reframe our thinking about our English learners in ways that embrace their strengths, honor their first language(s), and hold them to high, intellectual standards?  (continue reading)

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