I do something similar to Jessica sometimes. If I see something interesting happening in a classroom, I might take a picture of it and send it out with a short headline. Teachers can ask for follow-up if they're intrigued.
Something else to consider might be an online classroom for your staff where they can highlight strategies with one another in a discussion format.
Maybe you might even design your own website for your staff where you can highlight these things. If you have avid pinners on staff, creating a pinterest account/board that your teachers can follow might be another way of disseminating information.
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If you work in a single building, you might try sending out a 'strategy of the week' in an email or dropping it in your colleagues' mailboxes.
These are such great ideas!
You could also highlight one or two of these things in person each week during a "strategy/focus of the week" spotlight during a staff meeting. This might only take 5 minutes, but could be a chance for 1-2 teachers to share something they did that week (either that they wanted to share or that you noticed and asked them to share).
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