Create a realistic plan to improve.
If your teams are in a constant state of overwhelm, it's time to intervene.
The plan to improve needs to be as unique as your team.
There can be too much of a good thing, and sometimes those good things are products and programs. Focus improvement efforts on what matters most.
You might have team members who need support incorporating programs into instructional routines. You may have staff that need help overcoming technical challenges. Listening to understand and then providing support leads to success.
Whatever the challenges to your team, the plan to improve should be build for your team. The plan should consider resources, district and building goals, student needs, year to year usage, and training needs.
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