Here's a question I hope you can help me think through. As our system begins to reculture, there are a few staff who have become very keen to try new things in order to meet the needs of their learners. As their repertoire grows so does the energy and engagement in their classes, which of course leads to them trying more new things, and so on. The trouble in this scenario is the teacher next door and across the hall, who even after two years of watching the keeners and participating in the same PLCs are not changing practice nor are they supportive of the work of the keeners. I am looking for strategies to help those teachers who are changing to keep changing. I sense that they may be beginning to limit themselves as a result of their neighbouring teachers' attitudes.
I really appreciate your time to respond,