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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
Jun 19, 2013
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
Feb 3, 2013
Shannon Panzo PhD liked Carole Fuller's discussion Who do you coach/mentor?
Jan 29, 2013
Shannon Panzo PhD replied to Carole Fuller's discussion Who do you coach/mentor? in the group Instructional coaches
"I teach Speed Reading/Photographic Memory of all ages.We help others with Dyslexia, ADHD,doctors, teachers, psychologists, corporate professionals, lawyers, parents and students. "
Jan 29, 2013
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
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Instructional coaches

This is a group for instructional coaches, teacher mentors, and anyone in a teacher mentoring role.
Jan 23, 2012
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