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Twitter chat recap: Coaching with SEL for a strong restart

By Ariel Durham | September 20, 2021

On September 8, Learning Forward co-hosted a conversation on Twitter with Kathy Perret, instructional coach, trainer, and co-founder of #educoach, about how to leverage SEL so everyone can thrive this school year. The conversation was based on the August issue of The Learning Professional, which focused on the theme “Starting Strong” and included articles about […]

How to make the most of mistakes

By Maleka Donaldson | May 12, 2021

Learners of all ages benefit greatly from trial-and-error practice. They expand their capacities and build confidence as they learn about what works and doesn’t. Yet despite the numerous, well-documented benefits of mistakes and corrective feedback in learning (Hattie & Timperley, 2007), taking intellectual risks is too often associated with anxiety, embarrassment, and other negative emotions. […]

Twitter chat recap: How coaches can shape the future of schools

By Ariel Durham | March 22, 2021

On March 22, Learning Forward led a conversation on Twitter about coaching and the future of schooling and learning. The conversation was based on the February issue of The Learning Professional titled, Looking Ahead, which focuses on the unique moment we’re in and planning for the future as we continue to navigate the pandemic — […]

#LearnFwdTLP Twitter chat recap: Coaching during COVID

By Ariel Durham | July 27, 2020

On July 21, Learning Forward led a conversation on Twitter about coaching. It was focused on the articles in the most recent issue of The Learning Professional. Educators gathered virtually to talk about building resilience, maintaining relationships, managing the unexpected in the new school year, and more. In case you missed the Twitter chat, below […]

When teaching online, leverage the power of video observation to improve practice

By Learning Forward | May 26, 2020

By Laura Baecher Observation and reflection are essential for improving teaching practice, even now that most teaching is occurring online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fortunately, with the increasing popularity of video observation and coaching, we already have a tool that can be used for this purpose during distance learning. When video-based observation is successfully […]

6 ways coaches can support teachers during distance learning

By Learning Forward | May 19, 2020

By Ebony Flott and Courtney Simpson With many schools closed for the rest of the academic year, instructional coaches and other leaders have wondered how to support teachers remotely. In an April 23rd webinar hosted by Learning Forward, Ebony Flott and Courtney Simpson, instructional coaches in Gwinnett (Georgia) County Public Schools, explained how they are […]

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