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Can you believe we’re already halfway through January?

Once we get back into the groove after the holidays, it seems like time really flies. Everyone knows time is a precious resource for teachers and that’s why it’s important to have a robust collection of strategies in your tool box. And one of the best sources of tricks and tips to improve your practice is a supportive instructional coach. The best coaches are teacher-centered instructional leaders. They know where you need to go and work with you to co-create the road map to help you get there.

To paraphrase Bill Gates, everyone needs a coach; however, many teachers lack this rich instructional support. So what’s a teacher to do? Teachers are incredibly resourceful and, with a little time and space, they’ll find a way to support and learn from each other. Even more, they’ll teach their students to become experts and do the same for their peers!

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