Collaborating toward Growth
It’s week 7, and we’re exploring ways to collaborate with colleagues toward growth as a teacher. It’s our final step toward professional development…in this cycle, but the journey is ongoing.
It’s week 6, and we’re talking about feedback. Specifically, we’re talking about you inviting your mentor to give you feedback and showing how both of you can overcome any affective concerns.
Sometimes we need to freshen up our view of teaching. Bradley Baurain tells us how as he relates some experiences with teaching in different contexts.
On Being Observed: an Unexpected Goodness
Do you enjoy being observed? Even if you do–and most people don’t!–are there benefits? Julie Prentice gives us some insight into how observation helps us to learn teaching and more importantly “see” our students.
6 Reasons to Go Observing
Nicholas Todd follows up on last week’s post with some broad thoughts about observing. His post reads like a TV series with a cliffhanger at the end of each episode. Go ahead and binge watch.
Observing Local Teachers
Scott Gross humorously and thoughtfully leads off our new series on learning teaching. Join us today and over the next few weeks as we learn how to grow as teachers.