Educators from various educational settings would learn well when given opportunities to collaborate with one another. Whether working in rural, urban, or suburban school settings, when teachers and administrators exchange testimonials and anecdotes, the little people in their schools benefit academically.
Educators must continuously participate in opportunities for professional growth and use the knowledge gained to effectively hone their skills in the ever-changing climate of American education
Constructive feedback to teachers and the use of practice as a way for teachers to redirect their behavior in the classroom and to prepare for subsequent lessons is an effective way to improve teacher capacity.
All teachers–from novice teachers to the most experienced teachers–deserve coaches who directly support their professional growth and cultivate teacher efficacy.
Effective coaching meetings include conversations focused on data collected from classroom observations and specific communication about how the teacher can apply the suggested improvements to future lessons.