Today I read a list of impressive teaching initiatives published by a colleague in the school system. The list not only impressed me, but the great ideas inspired me too. Just by publishing this good work and the rationale behind it, this educator helped everyone in the teaching/learning community understand good teaching with a bit more depth.
Regular, inclusive communication is essential to building strong teaching/learning teams.
When communication is lacking, good work is challenged.
The more educators communicate with each other and coach each other forward with the best methods, vehicles, and schedules for communication, the better job we'll all do.