Resources for

Campus Leaders

Principals, Assistant Principals, Campus Administrators, etc.

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Achieving Educational Equity for English Language Learners

May 10, 2022
By: Lucy Elizondo

Across the Providence Public School District, English language learners (ELLs) make up 31% of the student population. In collaboration with e2L, district leaders created and implemented a comprehensive teacher coaching plan to ensure equity for ELLs.

How Coaching on Competencies Reduces Teacher Burnout

May 6, 2022
By: Shannon K. Buerk

In the face of teacher burnout, providing "more tools in the toolbox" can be overwhelming, creating more harm than good. Designing a set of consistent, predictable instructional practices or competencies, on the other hand, is crucial in effectively supporting teachers and accelerating student learning.

Cultivating Equitable Support for Teachers & Students

April 25, 2022
By: engage2learn

This month on the Getting Smart Podcast, e2L Founder & CEO Shannon Buerk and podcast host Shawnee Caruthers discuss building equitable support for public school teachers and students; leading with humility, intention, and empathy; and more! Tune in now.

The Long-Term Impact of Coaching New Teachers

April 22, 2022
By: engage2learn

Studies show that new teachers with little or no preparation are more than twice as likely to leave teaching than those who are fully prepared with high-quality mentors. Learn how partnering your new teachers with personalized coaches can transform their practice and student learning.

Your Road Map for High-Impact Teacher Support

April 15, 2022
By: Jill Galloway

Sometimes teaching can feel like running a marathon on unknown terrain after pulling an all-nighter. To keep teachers from running on fumes, read on to learn about the kind of high-impact, actionable support that district and campus leaders can provide for their teachers right now.

Lesson Planning Today for Accelerated Learning Tomorrow

April 8, 2022
By: Kammi Green

Pandemic-related disruptions in learning likely mean that the students coming to you next year might be at very different stages of mastery and engagement. But don't worry! By lesson planning with differentiation, autonomy, and the learner at the center, you’ll be equipped to meet each student where they are and set them on a path toward mastery.

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