It’s the little things that count

It’s the little things that count

The first time I saw a Fitbit it was worn by a PE teacher I was coaching. We’d finished our coaching session at the junior campus of his school and, as both of us were working at the senior campus that afternoon, I offered to drive him. He said he would walk. This...
Teaching Smarter

Teaching Smarter

Better teaching shouldn’t be code for “more work.” Small adjustments in instructional practice can lighten teachers’ burden and improve learning. During a coaching session, I once asked a group of teachers to talk to the person next to them...