How teachers' relationships with colleagues improve instruction

03/20/2013 | Education Week

Drawing on research on instructional coaches and his own experiences, elementary-school principal Peter DeWitt highlights in this blog post the importance of good relationships among peers and instructional coaches in improving teaching skills. "The reality is that without fostering positive relationships, we don't grow as professionals," DeWitt writes.

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