Why an attitude of constant self-improvement helps teachers

07/18/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Top teachers have adopted a mindset that they are always trying to get better at their craft, writes long-time educator Jim Dillon, director of The Center for Leadership and Bullying Prevention. To promote this "works in progress" mindset for education, Dillon suggests in this blog post that schools set aside time for teachers to discuss instruction, include teachers in the development of self-evaluation rubrics, and provide the necessary support and professional development for teachers to improve.

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