Everyone knows that instructional leaders need to spend time in classrooms. Being visible, doing formal observations, making informal visits, and providing feedback—all are at the […] .
Instructional leadership begins with listening. Not data, not “look-fors,” not standards, not expectations, but listening. If we don’t listen, we won’t get the most important benefits of being in classrooms. That’s my focus in this Periscope broadcast: Get Periscope for iOS or Android Follow me on Twitter @eduleadership or in the Periscope mobile app More […] .
As instructional leaders, we know we’re supposed to be in classrooms. But what should we do when we get there? What’s the main goal? That’s my focus in this Periscope broadcast: Get Periscope for iOS or Android Follow me on Twitter @eduleadership or in the Periscope mobile app: @periscope More On Walkthroughs Join the 21-Day […] .
We get more of what we reinforce. If you want to have more formative assessment taking place in your school, talk about formative assessment. Implementing a new curriculum? Talk about that curriculum. Constantly. But leaders can’t be all talk. Talk only sets the agenda—it doesn’t make the change sink in. When you see teachers using […] .
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