Jan 08, 2020

The 3Cs of School Culture – Curation, Conversation, and Celebration - ASCD Inservice

School culture is just as important as teaching practice, but work towards improving them doesn’t occur in a vacuum. In fact, teaching practice gives us an opportunity to build school culture, just as a focus on school culture can improve teaching practice. At the Shanghai American School where I work as an Instructional Coach, we …

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