This is the third in a series of three posts. Check out Teams—Don’t Go It Alone and Teams—Build a Team to see the latest in the series!
Teams, in many ways, are like performance automobiles. It takes time to build one. There is great care and
This is the second in a series of three posts. Check out the first post: Teams—Don’t Go It Alone.
It takes time and effort. It can be maddeningly slow along the way. But, building teacher teams and the structures for teams is one the most important
Contributed by Margot Heaton
[caption id="attachment_1893" align="alignright" width="184"] "Frequent, regular and focused meetings help to thrust the work of teams forward to authentic school improvement."[/caption]
It has been nearly a decade since Dufour (2007) advised that if principals promote a learning communities approach, then they are obligated