Why Consistently Great Teaching Requires Skill and Will
Olympia Williams with Robyn Jackson
Learn why effective education leaders must be able to quickly discern the difference between problems that are skill-based versus lack of will.
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June 16, 2016 ASCD Learn Teach Lead Radio
Robyn Jackson is a former English teacher and middle school administrator. She is an in-demand speaker and presenter and the founder and CEO of Mindsteps, inc., whose approach empowers teachers to better meet the needs of every student. Robyn is the author of many ASCD books, including Never Work Harder Than Your Students and Never Underestimate Your Teachers. Host Olympia Williams is an elementary school principal in Columbus, OH and an ASCD Emerging Leader.
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