How can instructional leaders help teachers make deep and lasting changes to their practice?
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On a dark and stormy night, you sit down for an evening of instructional coach planning and preparation. Suddenly, through the pouring rain, a bolt of lightning crashes, illuminating sights previously unseen. You realize you are not alone—you’re being haunted by instructional coaching monsters!
Here are your instructional leadership news highlights for September—subscribe to our blog to have our must-reads sent straight to your inbox.
As a transformational instructional leader, you’re visiting classrooms every day and delivering frequent, meaningful feedback. Have you checked to make sure the feedback you’re giving is calibrated with your peers and aligned to your district’s observational rubric?
The summer is over, but if you’re like me, you’ve thought all summer long about how to help teachers increase student engagement, build their repertoire of teaching skills, and refine your own coaching practices at the same time.
TeachBoost today announced a partnership with New Jersey’s Camden City School District (CCSD) to provide its software-based evaluation and coaching system to all teachers and leaders district-wide.
“The EAA believes that effective teachers are the most important factor in determining student achievement,” says Jeremy Vidito, Chief Administrative Officer at the Education Achievement Authority of Michigan (EAA).
We have to say, we agree.
That’s why TeachBoost is proud to announce its partnership with the EAA to serve as the district’s performance management system.
This is part of TeachBoost's ongoing blog series, "From Vision to Reality: Pulling the Right Levers for Transformational Instructional Leadership." Check out all the posts in our series, then subscribe to have new posts delivered to your inbox.
Now that you’ve laid the groundwork for transformational instructional leadership, you’re ready for the next step: getting the work done.
We are excited to announce a partnership with KIPP Houston to provide our instructional leadership platform to all educators network-wide! This expansion will enable greater insight into teacher growth trajectories and instructional leadership capacity.