Hey I-Team! I'm so happy to be back from my summer break. Now even though the summer always seems to go by in a flash, I did get a chance to relax and enjoy my time off. And now that we're two weeks into the new school year, it's back to sharing educational, uplifting, and inspiring content on the Intentional Instruction Blog!
So over the summer, I was watching video clips on TikTok when I kept running across videos that really caught my attention. In the clips that I watched, people talked about five things you should never do if for example, you are a mom. Other videos included things such as five things you should never do in Corporate America. Then, there was the one about five things you should never do as a Neurosurgeon, etc.
After watching those clips, it really got me to thinking... not so much about things that you shouldn't do, but it made me think about things that I always try my best to do every year in my current role as an Instructional Coach. Want to hear what those top 5 things are? Then head on over to the Intentional Instruction Podcast to listen to the latest episode. In fact, I'm making it easy for you to check it out...just click here and enjoy hearing what my top 5 things are!
The Intentional Toolkit
Inside the Intentional Toolkit I've also included a few articles that are timely and connected to this blog post and podcast episode. To access them just click on the toolkit at the bottom of this page; from there you'll be able to open the PDF. As always, I hope you find these resources useful.
Well, that's all for now. But if you are a first year Instructional Coach, congratulations and welcome aboard! I hope that after listening to my latest podcast episode, you'll be confident adjusting to your new role whether in a new school or the school that you worked in as a classroom teacher. And to all of my fellow educators at every level, here's to a successful 2022-2023 school year! Until next time...go out there and be GREAT!
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