Arnett: To Truly Improve a School, Teachers Must Be On Board. 3 Common Misconceptions About Managing Change — and Strategies to Avoid Them
When leading change, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the merits of a particular solution and lose sight of the people expected to adopt it. No new instructional program can impact student learning unless teachers decide to pull it into their classrooms. Thus, if school leaders hope to see teachers adopt new practices, they need to understand the circumstances their educators wrestle with on a day-to-day basis.