If you you want to move your school forward, you have to move the the people in it. If you want excellent instruction in every classroom, you have to help every teacher become an excellent instructor. Learn how to recognize good teaching and what to do if you aren’t seeing it with the following resources:
Any teacher can be a master teacher.
So says Robyn R. Jackson, author of the best-selling Never Work Harder Than Your Students and Other Principles of Great Teaching.
In this book for school leaders, Jackson presents a new model for understanding teaching as a combination of skill and will and explains the best ways to support individual teachers’ ongoing professional development. Here, you’ll learn how to meet your teachers where they are and help every one of them—from the raw novice to the savvy veteran, from the initiative-weary to the change-challenged to the already outstanding—develop the mindset and habits of master teachers. Real-life examples, practical tools, and strategies for managing time and energy demands will help you build your leadership capacity as you raise the level of instructional excellence throughout your school.
If you want a master teacher every classroom, you must commit to helping every teacher be a master teacher. That work begins here.
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