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While buy-in is necessary for long term implementation of instructional practices that impact student learning, it occurs later in the process not early on. Especially for experienced teachers, it's only after the changes have produced improvements in student learning that significant changes in teachers’ beliefs and attitudes occur. Consider how this understanding impacts the role of instructional coaches and school leaders.
Understanding the Importance of Teacher Buy-In for School Improvement
How Beliefs Affect Mindsets
Flip the Script on Change
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