Professional development can provide new possibilities, renewed excitement, and helpful strategies for your classroom practice, but what happens in the weeks after the impact of the article, course, or workshop begins to wane? Many times, the development doesn't include enough how-to, follow-up, or what-ifs. In this article, Wood, Kissel, and Haag provide ways to take what you've learned and personalize it to fit your classroom. They show you how to use the various learning sources to coach yourself to success using the five-phase self-coaching model. Learn how to get the most out of your newfound knowledge!
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