Teachers who are "coachable" own their struggles

12/2/2012 | Education Week Teacher

Teachers must be coachable in order to reach their full potential, writes instructional coach David Ginsburg. In this blog post, he writes that a primary indicator of coachability is how teachers react when they are struggling. Coachable teachers, as he demonstrates by using two videos, will take ownership of their weaknesses rather than blaming issues on outside factors.

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