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During this time of uncertainty, we wanted to ensure all educators know that we are here to support you. We have adapted our current resources to support teachers, coaches, and administrators so that your students’ emotional and academic needs will continue to be met in your changing learning environments.

We will be updating these routinely so keep checking back.

NEW Support & Resources for Varied Models of Distanced Learning

We will be continually adding to our bank of resources and potential services we can offer you during these challenging times.

Utilize these resources directly or send us an email through the contact page to allow us to help you organize the best approaches or to better support you. We are all in this together.

Resources

Our evidence-based resources will shift your people to the next level.

Whether printables to support key practices, short videos focused on strategies from our books, or just reflective conversations about our experiences in the schools, these resources will support a leader regardless of whether or not they’ve participated in our workshops or heard us speak.

Books

Our books provide the perfect support for instructional leaders and teachers on a mission to grow their personal and professional development.

Feedback to Feed Forward: 31 Strategies to Lead Learning

As a leader, you know that feedback is essential to teachers’ growth and development. But crafting the right feedback can be daunting. This how-to book, designed for leaders in all roles and at all experience levels, provides a dynamic yet practical leadership model focused on precisely those key tasks. How do you conduct comprehensive observations, accurately analyze lessons for effectiveness, and develop high-leverage action steps that bring lasting change to teacher practices and student outcomes?

“Leading learning meets specificity! Tepper and Flynn take the most powerful strategy for change we know—feedback— and comprehensively break it down into themes that are well-grounded in theory and practice. Treat Feedback to Feed Forward as a master cookbook. Look for what you need and delve into it with a connoisseur’s appetite.”

Michael Fullan, Professor Emeritus, OISE/University of Toronto
University of Toronto

Learner-Focused Feedback: 19 Strategies to Observe for Impact

Observing to determine how and if students are learning is complex because the concept of learning is complex. Building on our foundational standards of effective observation and feedback and twenty-one core skills introduced in Feedback to Feed ForwardLearner-Focused Feedback offers new strategies for engaging with learners in a variety of ways within different instructional structures. You will find this second comprehensive guidebook serves as a valuable companion or extension to our first book.

“A leader’s most important job is to help teachers understand their impact on student learning. Collecting evidence of learning through observation is a difficult skill to master, but Tepper and Flynn have given us the tools we need in this essential new resource.”

John Hattie, Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, Australia

Both books have been designated as Visible Learning Supporting Resources. The Supporting Resources have been recognized for focusing on practices that have high effect sizes and will help you translate the groundbreaking Visible Learning research into practice. 

Instruction

Our video series provides opportunities to continuously learn.

Overview of Feedback to Feed Forward
Learner Focused Feedback

Culture of Learning
Webinar Leading Learning Through Observation

Free Downloads

Our growing list of free downloads will help you cultivate a culture of learning.

Shift your people to the next level.

We work side-by-side with you to personalize a plan that gives people what they need and when they need it to grow their capacity to lead.

We stand with the hundreds of thousands of protesters who have taken to the streets to demand justice and respect for black men, women, and children. We commit to working actively to support educators, policy makers, and legislators in the fight against institutional racism. We seek through our efforts to end injustice by continuing to work to ensure equitable and accessible learning for all.