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Virtual Learning Can Support Coaching Growth
Still operating in hybrid environments hasn’t stopped children from learning, nor should it prohibit educator growth.
Operation Connectivity: Personalized Consulting & Coaching
Within the Texas Learners Network, a cohort of Districts will leverage Operation Connectivity to address current and future needs through dynamic, responsive professional learning support.
Dell Texas Learning Network: Operation Connectivity
United through innovative, dynamic professional learning, a network of approximately 300 Texas districts mobilize to serve students and families in remote, hybrid, and face-to-face learning modes.
Ways To Be A Teacher Leader For Your Peers
Whether defined by position or by peer recognition, serving in a leadership role is no easy task. Consider these suggestions to maximize your time in support of the powerful changes in your school and the lasting impact they can have for staff and students.
ALP Welcomes Julie
Our newest employee is looking forward to rolling up her sleeves to navigate challenges that communities have truly never navigated before.
The Wonder in the Question
The questions we use during a coaching conversation can unlock powerful potential in our teachers to make a shift towards innovation.
The ALP Team Grows
Our newest employee is fully committed to strategically supporting our growth, deliberately preserving ALP’s core values and mission to being an agent of change, inspiring, empowering, and amplifying learning for all learners.
Finishing the School Year Strong
The weeks leading up to the year’s end provide a great time to model best practices and plant seeds for the future.
Profile for Innovative Educators
We wanted to know what makes an educator innovative and how we as consultants and coaches can support others who are interested in building these skills.
Six Reasons You Need An Instructional Coach
“Want to get great at something? Get a coach.” –Atul Gawande
Refining Coaching Practices for Impact
“The puzzle really came together for me here as far as the expectations of coaches and teachers in the coaching relationship and how to best support teachers in helping them to grow.” ~Technology Training/Integration Specialist, Cobb County Public Schools
Building and Shaping a New Team’s Culture
How one team of coaches built intentional opportunities to focus on their own learning – both individually and as a team.
One Small Change Can Transform Your Practice
A process of design, implementation, and reflection helps one teacher change not just one student project experience, but her entire approach to instruction.
What Student-Driven Learning Actually Looks Like
Hint: It looks fun!
Timing is Everything
When the content, context, and process of professional learning intersect at just the right moment for the learners, magic happens.