There's a stigma attached to change that suggests that all change is bad and that it must be endured rather than celebrated. That's simply a false narrative. It's likely that some change - even transformative evolutions - can take place in such an iterative manner that it goes under the radar. A simple way to adjust the discussion about change and norm the reimagination of learning is through the "I used to _____ but now I _____" exercise. Ask teachers to reflect on their practice and fill in the blanks, using a tool like Mentimeter, Padlet, or PollEverywhere to make everyone's thinking visible. Identify common themes and celebrate the progress they've made. Even more powerful, share the answers back with them on a regular basis highlighting and norming best practices and prompting people to leave behind outmoded teaching and learning.