As the end of 2019 approaches, it’s a great time to reflect on what you’ve learned this year and to catch up on what you may have missed.
Get started with our list of the ten most-visited articles on The Learning Professional website, which was completely revamped in 2019 to make the content more accessible than ever.
This year’s greatest hits focused on coaching, PLCs, equity, and teacher leadership.
As always, there was a big focus on connection and – you guessed it – reflection.
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Here are the ten most-visited articles of 2019:
- Students on the margins — Jim Knight
- 5 questions PLCs should ask to promote equity — Douglas Fisher, Nancy Frey, and John Almarode
- Instructional Practice Guide — Achieve the Core
- One vision, many paths — Paul Emerich France
- Overcome 5 PLC challenges — Thomas H. Levine
- The 4 B’s — Andy Hargreaves and Michael O’Connor
- Build bridges, push boundaries, and make connections — Denise Glyn Borders
- No counselor left behind — Mandy Savitz-Romer
- How teachers learn to lead — Jill Harrison Berg
- How school leaders manage stress and stay focused — Ayesha Farag, Emily Becker, Nicholas Orlowski, Lisa Cranston, and Julia Mahfouz
Stay tuned for more great articles in 2020, including insights from some inspiring young people in the upcoming issue on student voice. Keep spreading the word on social media, using the hashtag #LearnFwdTLP, and keep the submissions coming!
As always, thank you for reading, learning, and leading.
Suzanne Bouffard is vice president of publications. Suzanne is the content editor for The Learning Professional, Learning Forward’s magazine. She oversees the magazine’s direction, themes, and contributors. She also contributes to strategy and content for other Learning Forward publications and resources.
Suzanne Bouffard is vice president, publications at Learning Forward. She is the editor of The Learning Professional, Learning Forward’s flagship publication. She also contributes to the Learning Forward blog and webinars. With a background in child development, she has a passion for making research and best practices accessible to educators, policymakers, and families. She has written for many national publications including The New York Times and the Atlantic, and previously worked as a writer and researcher at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. She has a Ph.D. in developmental psychology from Duke University and a B.A. from Wesleyan University. She loves working with authors to help them develop their ideas and voices for publication.