"Even Champions have coaches." - Madeline Hunter
When growing teacher capacity the processes used should be with an intentional focus that truly impacts student learning. Leaders should ask themselves the following questions. Do your teachers…… Use a standard aligned, coordinated, and articulated curriculum as their primary planning
Are you deliberate and intentional about your leadership regardless of what your role is? Intentional leadership happens at all levels, from the classroom to the boardroom. New standards are requiring teams of instructional leaders to communicate, collaborate, and share responsibility
Are you investing money into human resources such as academic coaches, instructional coaches or mentor teachers? Do you see this investment truly changing instruction so that it impacts student achievement? If you are like many that have these resources and
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