Our immediate future must not be about getting 'back to normal'. For too many students, normal wasn’t good enough.

Research for Better Teaching

Empowering Sustainable School Improvement

Jon Saphier

The importance of Leadership
Our immediate future must not be about getting 'back to normal'. For too many students, normal wasn’t good enough.
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Now is the time to raise the bar on teaching and leading expertise, as well as raising the bar on what we expect of our students.
There are three parallel approaches for leaders to take to raise the bar:
  1. Knowing what good teaching looks and sounds like.
  2. Having the insight into how to build a strong adult professional culture based on constant learning about expert practice.
  3. Using the levers of influence at your disposal right now to directly improve teaching expertise.

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