Jun 06, 2015

Investing in Learning: Instructional Coaching for Beginning Learners | ASCD Inservice

By Chris Crouch As an instructional coach that works with teachers across the experience spectrum, I must confess that I receive the greatest satisfaction from working with teachers that are at the beginning of their careers. The impact that can be made on a teacher with decades left to work with students is both daunting and rewarding at the same time, but unfortunately the education profession...

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