Tag: Learner-Driven

Coaching for Innovation

This post originally appeared here on the LaunchPad: Official Blog of TeachBoost. Over the past decade, innovation has become one of the more popular buzzwords in education. Thought by many as a path to make students successful or “future ready,” innovative teaching practices are highly sought after by leadership at all levels. The problem is,

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Teaching Like a Coach – Part One

I’ve had a lot of great conversations since starting this blog about teaching and coaching and how the two are intertwined.  Two of the questions that have come up a lot are  How do you ACTUALLY teach like a coach?  What does that look like in real practice?   This has gotten me to reflect about my

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When You’ve Had One Too Many Google Slides

Audio version of this post. Email at 9:30 p.m. Sunday night.  Tomorrow school is cancelled due to inclement weather.  (Cue the cheering) Email at 9:45 p.m.  All admin must still report to fulfill their contractual obligation. (Cue the booing) Not gonna lie.  That last email didn’t exactly make my night, BUT it did lead to

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