Last week I introduced to you, at least on this blog but maybe not in general, the idea of content coaching and how it can truly change the game for teachers and have an immense impact on student learning. The post started this series we're in, and you can read it by clicking on the image below.
This week, I want to focus on more details about content coaching, and how we can make it as impactful as we hope. And, maybe, just maybe, have a greater impact on the systems of education and the impact we have as teachers.
Let's talk for a hot sec about student choice. It's a thing. It's a big thing. And it should be incorporated into every classroom; at least every classroom that is student centered, values student buy-in, and fosters a collaborative atmosphere.
But what about teacher choice? What impact does it have? Is it something we should consider in our decision making at the school and district or even county level?