Professional Development - Page 4 of 70 - Steve Barkley

Building Feedback Literacy

Feedback literacy is the ability to effectively receive, interpret, and respond to feedback. It involves understanding the purpose of feedback, identifying the key points, and using the information to improve […]

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Podcast: Coaches Encouraging Teachers to Use Student-Led Discussions

With the right strategies, educators can support student-led discussions that foster deep critical thinking and empathy. Student-led discussions can build students’ skills in analytical thinking and innovation; complex problem-solving; creativity, […]

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Teachers’ Goals and Teacher Growth

A recent blog by Dave Stuart led to my reflection on teachers’ goal setting as a component of teacher growth and instructional coaching. Stuart’s blog Does Goal Setting Help or […]

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Coaching to Guide Teacher Reflection

Writing in a blog, The Ultimate Guide to Reflective Practice in Teaching, Alexandra Spalding describes the value of teacher reflection: “Teacher reflection helps you move from just experiencing a lesson, […]

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How Well Does Your Team Function?

A post from Harvard Business Review, Assessment: How Well Does Your Team Function? identifies teams as a critical but often unsuccessful part of today’s workforce. The authors list some of […]

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Encouraging Peer Coaching in 2023

I take a break from generating a new blog and podcast as each year ends and a new one begins. For the break, I pull some past blogs and podcasts […]

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