Developing Instructional Frameworks
To Support New Teachers

In this free webinar, we'll explore:

  • How to prioritize and avoid overwhelming teachers with too many areas for improvement at once
  • How to use framework thinking to help people grow, even if you don’t have time to develop a complete framework
  • How to help teachers get more out of peer observations
  • How to develop frameworks based on proficient peers without putting anyone on a pedestal
  • How to save time and build a library of frameworks you can use again and again

Heather Bell-Williams

Heather Bell-Williams is an experienced teacher, school administrator and consultant, with over 30 years of expertise to bring to her role as Coach and Consultant. Heather holds three bachelor’s degrees in arts and education from York University in Toronto and a Masters of Education in Leadership from the University of New Brunswick, as well as several additional qualifications, including Flourishing Coach certification. Heather is co-author of Mapping Professional Practice (Solution Tree) with Justin Baeder, PhD. 

Justin Baeder, phd.

Justin Baeder, PhD. is author of Now We're Talking! 21 Days to High-Performance Instructional Leadership (Solution Tree), co-author of Mapping Professional Practice (Solution Tree), and creator of the Instructional Leadership Challenge, which has helped more than 10,000 leaders in 50 countries make a daily habit of classroom visits. He holds a PhD in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies from the University of Washington, and helps senior leaders in K-12 organizations build capacity for instructional leadership

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