December 2016 Instructional Leadership Must-Reads


Our team here at TeachBoost hopes you had a safe and happy holiday season, and wishes you a fantastic New Year.

Here are your instructional leadership news, highlights, and updates for December—you can also subscribe to our blog to have our must-reads sent straight to your inbox!

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7 Steps to Becoming a Data-Driven School, via Edutopia

"This process is tricky and time consuming, so significant planning and resources must be devoted to getting it right."

Not Just About Students: The Importance of Personalizing Learning for Teachers, via Edsurge

"Just as personalized learning is important for our students, so is it imperative for our adult learners; and this includes truly knowing and building relationships with adult learners in order to be able to personalize learning opportunities."

Districts Realize the Personalized Learning Vision, See its Future, via Homeroom (USDOE)

"Superintendents identified three areas fundamental to scaling success in personalized learning: creating the right infrastructure, providing meaningful professional development and ensuring sustainability of the changes."

U.S. Department of Education Announces First Teacher and School Leader Grant Competitionvia U.S. Department of Education

"These grants will allow educators and school leaders to identify opportunities to improve their schools; create professional development and support systems that are tailored to educators’ individual needs."

6 Paths to Better Leadershipvia Edutopia

"Leadership in education is more important now than ever. Demands on instructional time are escalating, and accountability pressures are increasing." 

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