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February 1, 2020
Vol. 77
No. 5

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November 2019: A Culture of Coaching

Hot Topic

I am loving this issue and was able to have a good conversation with a campus coach today.
Brian Griggs (@TallBrianGriggs)
Caught up on some reading at the airport! Thanks for a wonderful issue on coaching.
Julie Witt (@juliewitt2)

Good Knight

Jim Knight, thank you for this ["Why Teacher Autonomy Is Central to Coaching Success"]—as a teacher leader interested in coaching, this really hits the nail on the head.
Mrs. Takach Civics (@mrstakach1)
This edition of Educational Leadership is spot on! A culture of coaching is a must for instructional coaches and principals. "Teacher autonomy is central to coaching success," "You must honor teachers' choices and discretion." Jim Knightisms! Amen!
Delia E. Racines (@Dr_D_R)
Jim Knight will always be one of my all-time thought leaders in education. This article is packed with quotable lines and provocative ideas.
Tenille Shade (@tenilleshade)

Practice What You Value

Nailed it again, EL magazine. Get better faster by getting better together. Practice makes growth. ["What You Practice Is What You Value" by Paul Bambrick-Santoyo]
James A. Rook (@Mr_JARook)
Yes! EL magazine keeps us totally engaged and empowered.
This article was spot on and really resonated with me as it pertains to my role as a coach and my desire to get better faster. Thank you!
Shavone Laney (@LaneyShavone)

Twitter Chatter!

Whoa! That was an AWESOME [Nov. 20 Twitter] chat! SO many great posts to get me thinking and help me feel connected to the work. Thank you SO much @ELmagazine for a great issue and for hosting a great chat! #ELmagchat
Jill Tully (@jillrt)
Editor's note: Find EL magazine's #ELmagchat on Twitter on the third Wednesday of each month at 8 p.m. ET.

Coming in March: The Empowered Student

How best can educators create lessons and school environments that foster student agency and expression? How can they cultivate innovation and creativity as opposed to passive learning?

The March issue of Educational Leadership will explore these and other critical issues on student empowerment and engagement. Featured authors include Myron Dueck, Kelly Gallagher, Gabriel Benn, Jay McTighe, and Allison Zmuda.

To purchase back issues of EL, go to www.ascd.org/el.

EL’s experienced team of writers and editors produces Educational Leadership magazine, an award-winning publication that reaches hundreds of thousands of K-12 educators and leaders each year. Our work directly supports the mission of ASCD: To empower educators to achieve excellence in learning, teaching, and leading so that every child is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged. 

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