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The Power of a Coaching Culture in Schools

Creating a coaching culture may require reshaping the way schools operate in order to foster continuous improvement. At its core, a coaching culture in a school embodies a commitment to […]

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Co-Creation ———— Co-Production ———— Co-Commitment

The authors of The Open System: Redesigning Education and Reigniting Democracy, Landon MascareƱaz and Doannie Tran, shared the value of extending the concept of co-creation to co-production and co-commitment with […]

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Reflecting on Your Coaching Approach

I use the last and first weeks of the year to break from writing a new blog and look to provide some previous work that can encourage reflection. I pulled […]

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The Early Days of Building Coaching Practices

At each end and start of the calendar year, I take a break from posting a new blog and provide a revisit to some of my thinking that has appeared […]

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Learning and Coaching from Positive Deviants

Do you have teachers who continually have students perform substantially above the students working with other teachers; academically, socially, or emotionally? Those teachers might be identified as positive deviants. These […]

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Podcast for Teachers: Prompting Students to Sketch to Learn

Biology and Earth Science teacher and author, Wendi Pillars, provides a look at the power of sketching in teaching and learning. Sketching provides an opportunity for students to engage with […]

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