Teacher Efficacy: Because You Just Can’t Give Up On Kids

At my school and among my professional learning network, we have been having a lot of discussion lately surrounding teacher efficacy. Teacher efficacy is easy to explain — not always easy to collectively and genuinely live out. Teacher efficacy is a teacher’s belief in his or her own capabilities to get results in the classroom.

I wrote a guest column that was recently published in Kentucky School Talk about the value and necessity of collective teacher efficacy. Read it here: Teacher Efficacy: Because You Just Can’t Give Up On Kids.

Amelia Brown, Leader, Kindergarten Teacher, Taylor Mill Elementary

@missbrown111

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