Customer Service
Cart Total: $0.00

Teacher Effectiveness

Effective teaching is essential to student achievement, and appropriate evaluation and coaching can increase teacher effectiveness. Teachers who set pedagogical growth goals and work to achieve them, either alone or with a coach or administrator, improve their expertise and instructional skill.

Set Descending Direction
  1. Coaching for Teachers

    Coaching for Teachers

    Provide immediate, intensive instructional support to teachers. Don’t have a coaching program set up? Need improved student achievement results urgently? Implementing a new program that requires significant instructional change? We can help.

  2. Effective Supervision

    Effective Supervision

    Empower yourself to enhance teacher effectiveness and student achievement. Gain strategies for leading change and for creating professional, collegial environments that foster learning. This central responsibility of principals, assistant principals, instructional coaches, and teacher-leaders is the focus of this workshop.

  3. Instructional Rounds

    Instructional Rounds

    Develop collaborative processes for exploring and honing instructional practices. This workshop for teams of leaders and teachers shows how to implement instructional rounds successfully.

  4. One-to-One Coaching

    One-to-One Coaching

    Receive targeted support to take your instruction to the next level. Work closely with a hand-selected coach to determine your strengths, identify areas of improvement, and develop your expertise.

  5. Supervising the Art and Science of Teaching

    Supervising the Art and Science of Teaching

    A New Approach to Lesson Observation and Design

    Publisher: Solution Tree
    Publication date: March 10, 2010

    Video length: 90 minutes

    In stock

  6. Developing Expert Teachers

    Developing Expert Teachers

    Publisher: Solution Tree
    Publication date: March 3, 2011

    Video length: 130 minutes

    In stock

  7. 2010–2011 Adams 50 Instructional Model Study

    2010–2011 Adams 50 Instructional Model Study

    Publication date: October 1, 2011


    In stock

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3