School administrators hate reading them and most teachers hate creating them!
This is mainly due to some practitioners buying into the mindset saying lesson plans have minimal to no value in the learning process.
But that’s not true!
Research speaks to effective lesson planning as being a characteristic of effective teachers. Even more, lesson planning review and feedback serves as a proactive measure for your school’s instructional program. It creates coaching and development opportunities for teachers, and provides insight for school leaders. (Stronge, 2007; Serdyukov & Ryan, 2008; Neil Karper, 2010; Paul Bambrick-Santoyo, 2012, 2016, 2018)
As the instructional leader for your campus, what would it mean to you if you had a way to create those coaching opportunities, without it being an energy expensive task?
During this webinar you will learn how to:
– use time efficient practices to review lesson plans
– provide valuable, effective lesson plan feedback for your teachers.
– use the lesson plan review process to be proactive in teacher support.
– align PLC’s to campus lesson planning