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Chapter 8: Putting It All Together
In Leaders of Their Own Learning (2014), Ron Berger, Leah Rugen, and Libby Woodfin write about “building a mindset of continuous improvement.” When we first began working together, we made it a priority to always seek descriptive feedback from colleagues as well as our learners. We know a mindset of continuous improvement is critical to our work. Today, we continue to revise our work—sometimes making significant changes, sometimes only minor tweaks, but always with improvement in mind.
Without reservation, our favorite part of the work we do is when we get to be in classrooms with teachers and students. This chapter is about what happens there, the tasks teachers design, and the students who are doing the work.