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Engaging Teachers in Classroom Walkthroughs

by Donald S. Kachur

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This is a practical guide to the planning and implementation of brief but focused classroom observations that involve teachers in every step of the process. The authors share advice from teacher leaders and administrators who have overcome the challenges and experienced the benefits of this professional learning activity, describing not only what these educators did but also how they did it. Dozens of examples show how schools - some using established walkthrough models and others designing their own versions - moved teachers from resistance to enthusiastic acceptance of the practice.
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